The Mossos certify the existence of Twitter accounts in the Barçagate case intended to create states of opinion

BarcelonaIn a police search carried out at the home of Jaume Masferrer, who was the right hand of Barça president Josep Maria Bartomeu, the Mossos d’Esquadra have found documents certifying the existence of at least four Twitter accounts that are part of the case. Barçagate. They were managed by I3 Ventures, the company hired by the Barça club. The accounts, as explained in the new pages of the summary to which the Efe agency has had access, are @jfunesemis, @sergirdrgz, @ massiveattack57 and @goku_emprenyat, the four suspended by Twitter. The Mossos also suspect another named @ el10blaugrana.

According to the Mossos, all indications are that “the accounts were apparently created to create a reaction, beyond aseptic monitoring of social networks.” Until now the accounts that had been certified were from Facebook. Another assessment made by the Mossos is that there was a report by Nicestream (the conglomerate of companies to which I3 Ventures belongs) entitled Flash Report call social media #ValverdeOUT, which was not handed over to the police force by Barça or the auditing company, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Regarding the report that PwC made on Barçagate, the Mossos say that there is a clue, an analysis of the audit by Masferrer, which would confirm that while the club’s board of directors did not have access to the document , Masferrer, who is one of those investigated, was able to access it.

Among the clues found by the Mossos at Masferrer’s home is a Moleskine notebook that provides information relevant to the police force. In the notebook, who was Bartomeu’s right-hand man during his term of office points out that he had to talk to PwC about the context of October 2017, referring to the political climate that was then lived in Catalonia, and that Carles Tusquets, who with Bartomeu’s resignation became the president of the Barça Management Committee, he knew the pro-independence roadmap and said that they had to act to prevent them from winning the Barça presidency.

In addition, Masferrer shows that he did intense research on who leaked Barçagate’s information on Cadena SER, and that he apparently came to the conclusion that he had been theexcompliance officer Noelia Romero. The Mossos wonder how he came to this conclusion. Masferrer also repeatedly mentions Guillem Graell, former Barça brand manager, as one of the people he knew at Barçagate, because, according to him, from the outset Nicestream sent him monthly reports which he then had to distribute to the other areas.

On the other hand, a printed WhatsApp conversation that the Mossos found at the headquarters of I3 Ventures in which they talk about Josep Maria Minguella, a former candidate for the presidency of Barça and a former player representative, is striking. The Mossos do not know both the sender and the receiver. “It’s about unmasking a guy, Josep Maria Minguella. […] It would be a matter of getting noise from the networks in which you begin to question the objectivity of your comments, as they only respond to your business interests. So far he is living with complete impunity and feels empowered to do and undo whatever he pleases. “

The SER channel explained that the Barçagate investigation will be extended until January 29, 2022. Among other reasons, because nine more people have been summoned to testify as witnesses. Noelia Romero stands out precisely, at the request of Román Gómez-Ponti, former head of the club’s legal services and one of the four investigated for possible unfair administration and corruption among individuals. I3 Ventures workers, Jaime Malet (owner of Telampartner), Maria Vallès (former director of the Barça Foundation), Xavi Martín (former director of the Masia) and Javier Sobrino (former director of strategy and innovation) will also appear.

Source: – Portada by

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