Manuel Morocho, the policeman in charge of the investigation of box B of the PP, went on Tuesday to testify before the judge of the National Court that is handling the 'Kitchen' case and placed the then Minister of the Interior, Jorge Fernández Díaz, at the head of this operation . This Thursday, Cadena SER has revealed several audios with the content of that statement.
Six uniforms to save the PP: the policeman investigating box B points out before the judge the controls who obstructed the case
In them, the inspector assures that the Popular Party maneuvered so that it did not include in its reports on the irregular financing of the training any names of political leaders and, specifically, of the President of the Government at that time, Mariano Rajoy.
"I was ordered not to name Rajoy"
"I was ordered not to put any names of political leaders in the body of the report, specifically the name of Mariano Rajoy was expressed to me. They did not want his mention to appear in the body of the report," says Morocho in the audios that has spread the chain.
In the audios, the inspector also reveals how his superior, the then head of the UDEF José Luis Olivera, le came to offer a position in an embassy abroad to remove him from the investigation, with salaries of "six thousand euros a month." "I tell him that, well, that we are working hard, with the rogatory commissions from Switzerland, and that I am not going to go," says Morocho.
Olivera: "Where do you want to go, to an embassy, to which one, to Beijing?"
The audios also reveal what this newspaper already told after Tuesday's statement. When Chief Inspector Morocho, which keeps working on a second derivative of box BHe assured the judge that despite the fact that his bosses had prevented him from appointing political leaders in the report on the bonuses, he managed to include them in an annex, the judge, astonished, replied: "You leave me a bleak picture."