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The "4 musketeers", the WhatsApp group that reveals a payment of 10,000 euros in cash from several investigated people to Koldo

Ábalos' former advisor wrote down in one of his agendas a figure that coincides with the payment detected in a chat.

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The "4 musketeers", the WhatsApp group that reveals a payment of 10,000 euros in cash from several investigated people to Koldo

Ábalos' former advisor wrote down in one of his agendas a figure that coincides with the payment detected in a chat

MADRID, 6 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Civil Guard maintains that the alleged achiever of the 'Koldo plot', the president of Zamora C.F. Víctor de Aldama, and three other investigated people who called themselves the "4 musketeers" in a 'Whatsapp' chat, would have paid 10,000 euros in cash to Koldo García, the former advisor and ex-escort of former Transport Minister José Luis Ábalos.

This is clear from the report, collected by Europa Press, that the Central Operational Unit (UCO) prepared last February, and which includes extracts from the conversations that some of the main people investigated in this case being investigated by the National Court had before his arrest.

Specifically, the agents focus their attention on the WhatsApp group "4 musketeers", which would be composed of De Aldama and the investigated Ignacio Díaz Tapia, Javier Serrano and César Moreno. The last three, who would maintain "links" with Koldo, would have helped De Aldama to carry out "a depatrimonialization" of his funds in Spain.

In their conversations, they all refer to Koldo as "K". "Tomorrow you have to go to the Soto Verde cafeteria that is behind the Ministry and call K and tell him literally: That you are in the green, that you bring something from Nacho to give him and that he can go," Díaz Tapia wrote in one of his messages, making it easier for his interlocutor to contact Koldo, who appeared with the added "minister advisor".

For the agents, "the fact that Koldo is identified" under that pseudonym is "one of the fundamental milestones" for the investigation, because the examination of the information on Moreno's cell phone would have made it possible to "locate references to which payments would have been made." to Ábalos' former guard.

In one of the messages, Moreno sends Serrano a screenshot in which the title "fixed expenses" is seen with a reference: "K 10,000." The agents maintain that it could be a payment to the former advisor after, during the search of his home, a handwritten note was found in one of his diaries. "Metalico 10,000," Koldo noted in it.

The Civil Guard located a conversation from October 2021 in which De Aldama sent a message to the group. "I could look at the tickets we have in the DR (Dominican Republic). K's brother is going on Sunday to see what we can give him," he wrote. The agents believe that the tickets could actually be money, and K's brother would be Joseba, who is also being investigated in the case.

The next day, the president of Zamora C.F. He chatted again. "Please tell me about the tickets that you know will go on Sunday and now I really don't want any trouble," he warned. Díaz Tapia, for his part, responded: "I talk to them so that they leave it ready."

The analyzes of the Armed Institute also reveal Moreno's conversation with Serrano in which both talk about a meeting. "A success. They were a fat and a gay subnormal. He was the chief of staff. They are convinced. The minister gives the OK for sure. And the only thing that can stop him is that they have to give the OK from Health, and that does not depend on them," Serrano explained.

A few minutes later, they both resume the conversation. "We have just been notified that the minister has given the OK. We are IN. Order two," celebrates Serrano. Ten days after that conversation, on August 20, 2020, Moreno sent Serrano two screenshots of the Wikipedia of Salvador Illa, then Minister of Health.

Both Serrano and Moreno shared some messages again in January 2022. Moreno, specifically, sent Serrano a photograph showing two wads of cash bills, one of them inside a transparent plastic bag and the other with rubber bands.