Although Počeci initially denied her participation in money laundering maneuvers, during the months and the number of people in her environment who chose to join the repentant regime, she decided that she also wanted to provide information in exchange for her freedom to be considered for a key figure for locating $ 70 million, which, according to prosecutors and judge of the case, originated from maneuvers for illegal money collection from state performers.
Several of the defendants' defenders who had to do with the laundry maneuvers investigated in this part of the case attended the courts of Komodoro Pi who wanted to see the file and know the words of Početti. She had not yet received her message, not because she was rejected, but because her official counsel, Juan Martin Hermida, did not request it. Hermida felt it was convenient for the investigation that the news and information provided by Počitnice should be confirmed, and then ask for it to restore freedom.
The Statement of Complaints is still maintained under strict reservation, and although the case is not yet a secret of the summary, some of the lawyers of the involved parties failed to see it.
The court officials who conduct the investigation intend to clarify what the origin of the money was washed by Munoz and what is his present place. According to court sources, Počeci gave details of these issues. "He talked about everything, because he met Daniel Muñoz until yesterday," a court source said
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Another accused who is worried is Elizabeth Ortiz Minikoi, a real estate agent from Mar del Plata, who declared repentance in November last year and pointed to Patches and lawyer Miguel Angel Plo, who originally advised the widow of Muñoz. Municoy gave details on how buying and selling operations of 16 properties in the United States was. When Municoy declared her repentance, she was released. But last week he returned to Komodoro Pi more than three times, carefully to what Početti could announce, and worried about Bonadio's distrust of what she had already contributed. His lawyer is the official defender Gustavo Coleman, who apologized for defending Počmy because of the possibility that there were opposing interests between the two defendants.
Coleman also represents Juan Manuel Campillo, former Economy Minister of Santa Cruz, and a trusted man of Nestor Kirchner, who after a long wait received the status of repentance. Campyllo said in his statement that Isidro Bonine, the former secretary of Christina Kirchner, called on – on behalf of Početti – to sell the properties abroad in 2016 and to wipe out the money for the money. Campillo, however, said he had "hit a wall", who was Plo, a former lawyer for Početti who was already in charge of this management.
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THE NATION through court sources, the statement of Početti does not differ much from the statements of Munickoi and Campillo about the story of those movements, with the exception of several nuances. The added value that the declaration has is the amount of information it has provided at the current destination of the money they are trying to locate.
Plo, who was arrested in the Ezeiza prison, does not believe in the statement of Početti, but he estimates that he "pointed out".