In the cause "the investigation interval has been extended, the crimes and Negreira Jr has been included"
BARCELONA, 2 Jun. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Investigating Court 1 of Barcelona has accused Javier Enríquez, son of the former vice-president of the Technical Arbitration Committee (CTA), José María Enríquez Negreira, for payments from Futbol Club Barcelona (FCB) to his father, according to sources familiar with Europe. Press this Friday.
The court has adopted this decision at the request of LaLiga, which had requested that Negreira's son be investigated in the case despite the fact that the Prosecutor's Office had decided to leave him out of the investigations, as confirmed by El Mundo.
The same sources have explained that the case was declared secret after the appearances, and that "the investigation interval, the crimes have been extended and Negreira Jr. has been included", thus changing his status from witness to defendant.
In this case, FC Barcelona is investigated as a legal person in the cause for the payments made to the former vice-president of CTA José María Enríquez Negreira.
Negreira himself, former Blaugrana presidents Sandro Rosell and Josep Maria Bartomeu, former club directors Óscar Grau and Albert Soler and Negreira's company DASNIL 95 SL are also under investigation.
Last Friday, the court accepted Real Madrid CF as a private accusation in the case and ruled out the appearance of the Higher Sports Council (CSD).
The judge argued the admission of Real Madrid because it participates in La Liga and the alleged corruption that is being investigated to supposedly favor FC Barcelona would have also affected the Madrid team.
On the contrary, he argued that the CSD is "a body of a purely administrative nature, with recognition of its own disciplinary powers, urging the sanction of behaviors that, in case of exceeding the limits of the purely sports field", correspond to the judicial authorities.
Also to justify the exclusion of the CSD, he recalled that public bodies cannot act as popular prosecution "unless there is express legal authorization, which is only provided for in the case of gender violence."