María Díaz de la Cebosa, Luis Medina's former teacher, declared this Monday before the judge in the mask case that when she contacted Carlos Martínez-Almeida transferring the interest of the accused commissioner in contacting the City Council, the mayor's cousin He told her to give him her phone number and that he would give her an email address. Díaz de la Cebosa has added that Medina never mentioned that he was going to do business and that the only intention that he transferred was to contact an administration, whether it was the Community or the City Council, with an altruistic purpose, legal sources report.
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Díaz de la Cebosa, who presides over a private university in the center of Madrid, has assured that he does not maintain a friendly relationship with Medina but rather a "very cordial" one as a former student who is from the center. He has recognized that it is she who comes up with the idea of putting him in contact with Carlos Martínez-Almeida, as he is a cousin of the mayor of Madrid, when Medina tells him that he has medical supplies at his disposal and that he intends to help the City Council or the Community of Madrid, the two administrations based in the capital and that are in the power of the Popular Party.
The witness has added that already in her contact with Carlos Martínez-Almeida he informed her that he would provide an email address to Medina, but that instead of giving it to her so that Díaz de la Cebosa could send it to Medina, the cousin of the The mayor opted for the commission agent to call him directly. Díaz de la Cebosa has said that he did not speak more about the subject with Carlos Martínez-Almeida
Luis Medina changed his version before the judge in the Prosecutor's Office where he said that Carlos Martínez-Almeida gave him the telephone number of Elena Collado, the person in charge of material purchases and a senior position in the Madrid City Council. Before Judge Carretero he assured that the only thing they had given him was an email address. Collado, who she will testify as a witness, assured before the Prosecutor's Office that she did not know how she had contacted Medina, whether through "another coordinator" of the Consistory or "a councilman".
This Monday they have also appeared before the judge, also as witnesses, two directors of the banks where Medina and Luceño entered their millionaire commissions from Malaysia. The director of Luis Medina's office, for example, has affirmed that she only delivered the documentation on his contacts with the Leno company when she requested it, and always after having collected the commission.