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Prosecutor's Office files the investigation for alleged espionage of Rodríguez Sol in Operation Catalonia

He has not found any data that "allows us to confirm the reality of the monitoring".

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Prosecutor's Office files the investigation for alleged espionage of Rodríguez Sol in Operation Catalonia

He has not found any data that "allows us to confirm the reality of the monitoring"

BARCELONA, 23 Abr. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Superior Prosecutor's Office of Catalonia has archived the investigation into the alleged espionage of former senior prosecutor Martín Rodríguez Sol within the framework of Operation Catalunya between July 2012 and June 2013, the Prosecutor's Office reported in a statement.

The investigation was opened in January and from what has been investigated so far "no data has been inferred to support the reality of the aforementioned monitoring, as well as any other type of action" in relation to Rodríguez Sol.

The Internal Affairs Department of the National Police has also notified the Prosecutor's Office that "there is no record of a matter or any information regarding this matter, and no trace of police actions in this regard has been found."

The Prosecutor's Office has recalled that during the investigation of the Tándem case, diaries of former Police Commissioner José Manuel Villarejo were seized in which "explicit references to the named Mr. Rodríguez Sol were found, along with many other people and entities", and they add that an investigation should be made. within the framework of that case if new data emerges about the alleged espionage of the former senior prosecutor.

This investigation into the alleged espionage of Rodríguez Sol was opened after 'La Vangurdia' and 'eldiario.es' published notes by former Police Commissioner José Manuel Villarejo that alluded to investigations into the former top prosecutor.

Then the Prosecutor's Office decided to open proceedings on the alleged prospective investigation of the then senior prosecutor, to whom a document resulting from a supposedly illegal investigation linked him to the Unió Democràtica de Catalunya (UDC) and which never reached the hands of the Prosecutor's Office or the judge.

The same journalistic information that sparked the now archived investigation also contained notes from Villarejo that explained that former Interior Minister Jorge Fernández Díaz allegedly tried to implicate the former chief and major commissioner of the Mossos d'Esquadra Josep Lluís Trapero in the alleged drug trafficking case known as Macedonia case.

Trapero reported it to the Barcelona Prosecutor's Office and this investigation by Operation Catalunya has been sent to the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office in Madrid.