The Mossos find evidence of corruption in the Bartomeu board within the ‘Barçagate’ case

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He ‘Barçagate’ case he continues to chase Josep María Bartomeu. ‘El Mundo’ has revealed the conclusions of the investigation of the Mossos d’Esquadra, which were transferred to the Court of Instruction number 13 of Barcelona in May.

It was these inquiries that led to look for incriminating documentation in the Camp Nou offices during the summer, with which to support the information reflected in the media and complaints made by others.

Based on these data, they have determined that economic crimes were committed constitutive of corruption. In this first report, they argue that the Blaugrana club under Bartomeu’s decision carried out serious financial irregularities, such as 600% surcharges, circumvent the control body or articulate fictitious dismissals to avoid the cost of compensation and other commitments with Social Security.

Josep María Bartomeu, at a press conference

Now the judge must determine if this alleged corruption was destined for the enrichment personl, individually or collectively, of the members of the Bartomeu board of directors.

The ‘Barçagate’ started in mid-February, when it was discovered that the club had hired a company dedicated to discredit all opponents or critics of Josep María Bartomeu’s management through social networks. The method of payment to this company is what has led to a more in-depth investigation of the club’s accounts.

Emili Rousaud, former institutional vice president of Barcelona. Emili Rousaud 4/10/2020

Along the way, several executives came out, starting with Emili rousaud, who went from being the possible dolphin of Bartomeu to one of his great enemies, or the former head of women’s football, Maria Teixidor, who has just inaugurated her position as president of the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Both, especially Rousaud, have publicly accused the Bartomeu Junta of corruption.

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