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The National Court suspects that leaks about the alleged political implications in the Judas operation have departed from the Ministry of Interior . The person responsible for the case, Judge Manuel García Castellón , believes that it is from the Department directed by Fernando Grande-Marlaska where the first data, published last Sunday afternoon by the Cadena Ser , and that affected the President Torra, the fled Puigdemont and his sister.
The discomfort is tremendous, not only among the judicial instructors but also among the Civil Guard specialists, who had been more than a year after an operation that they had managed to keep airtight. Sources close to the operation consider that the latter "interested" leaks have seriously damaged the investigations that, in the phase of political relations, were in an incipient phase.
These sources ensure that with the publication of these leaked data, some of those who were under their magnifying glass have been clearly alerted and that it will be very difficult to advance their possible involvement in the plot.
The lawyers of the members of the detained CDRs - in possession of materials for the manufacture of explosives and with a clear intention of carrying out violent actions - intend to file legal proceedings for this leak, which splashes the actions of the CDRs to Puigdemont , a sister of yours and Torra.
According to these sources, these lawyers - who initially represented five of the detainees but have already returned to agglutinate the defense of all - want to file a complaint so that the court investigates the origin of the leak.
If a separate piece was finally opened by the leak, advanced by Libertad Digital , the lawyers could ask the judge to be interested in knowing the identity of all those who in the Ministry had access to the operational data that they have transcended. There is the circumstance that Marlaska was the one who began to investigate - when he was a magistrate in the National Court - the police slap to the terrorist organization ETA in the Faisán bar , when the socialist Executive of Zapatero talked with the terrorist organization.
If, indeed, since the Hearing proceedings were initiated on this leak, it is more than likely that Grande-Marlaska would have to carry out an internal investigation on another leak, and also related to terrorism, in this case the one that affects the CDRs and what the judge embodies in prison cars.
In the case of the Pheasant, the police officers who carried out the denunciation were sentenced for revealing secrets to a year and a half in prison. The chivatazo was perpetrated in 2006. The final ruling of the Supreme Court occurred in 2014.
The action against the CDR baptized as Operation Judas started last Monday. The cause is still under summary secrecy.
As EL MUNDO advanced, the Minister of the Interior held a meeting with the operatives after the first information was disclosed and he reproached them that they had not informed him thoroughly of the scope of the operation. This meeting took place after the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, showed his discomfort to Interior when he did not know that an operation was taking place in Catalonia in which radicals were being arrested with explosive materials, which is considered, both political level as operative, as an important «qualitative leap».
Pedro Sánchez requested explanations from Grande-Marlaska and he from the Civil Guard, who did alert the minister three days before a relevant operation against CDR in Catalonia was to take place. The spokeswoman, Isabel Celaá, admitted this situation of internal unrest although she described the information revealed by THE WORLD as "exaggerated." Of course, the minister recalled that the Civil Guard acted as Judicial Police and was due to the orders of the investigating judge.
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