A new event joins the scandalous end of Copa Libertadores. And that's what Louis Chevasco, the Buenos Aires City Attorney, said that in the Monumental's raid, a sector was formed in which duplicate tickets were made, which would link the bar to the river's leaders.
"On Monday, the raid was made at the River Stadium, and at the place where the tickets were printed, there was an area where there was no identity card on the door." The prosecutor asked him to open it and after some resistance to do so, they found a computer and two printers, which does not mean they are illegal, if they do not duplicate, "explained Kevasko.
On the other hand, in dialogue with the Sportia, TyC Sports program, the prosecutor said that "printing of multiple tickets may have to do with avoiding liability of the club or with a surplus of simultaneous, since the number of tickets issued legally has to do with the capacity of stadium. "
And he continued: "One of the reasons why the Government Control Agency closed the monumental stage was because of excessive competition, that is, there are several issues that link leadership not only with the law office, but with this irregularity."
He also commented that "the bar was involved in the resale. There are two topics here: tickets that the bars get from the club or not (to attend the game), what we are researching and who can get them for resale ".
"The investigation was a resale, but finding links between the law office and the leaders should assign the responsibilities of the Board of Directors and the employees of the club, for which the search was done, the information was retained and this reality was found."
In addition, the official did not rule out that this situation is related to the attack on Boca Micro on Saturday near the Monumental. "It is very likely that it is connected, but in connection with this aggression and acts of violence, we make a full analysis of videos to it is clear that when the entrances were seized, the bar could not enter, and that was what motivated the difficult battle that took place in Libertador and Monroe, at least two and a half hours. "
On the other hand, he commented that "a bar asked someone from the student list" and that the lists were taken away "to check if tickets were made on behalf of these people."
In the meantime, Kevasko told how the process will continue: "We will unify investigations with a common good". In this context, we will identify the responsibility of each of them, as we need to determine who is in charge of the management and delivery of tickets. and how they were handed over to the bar, because when a member went to ask them, they had to leave a photocopy of their LTOs, so we would have to find copies of 300 entries that Gooy was kidnapped. "