Villarejo conspired to implicate Trapero in a drug case

BarcelonaThe best-known commissioner of state sewers and a key figure in Operation Catalonia, José Manuel Villarejo, conspired to implicate the current Mossos d’Esquadra major, Josep Lluís Trapero – when he was a commander of judicial police of the body – in a case of drugs made to measure to get Judge Baltasar Garzón to prick his phone. This is what is understood from the recording of a conversation that has been incorporated into a case that is being investigated by National High Court judge Manuel Garcia-Castellón and to which ARA has had access. Two different sources who know the voices have identified the three interlocutors as Villarejo, his close collaborator Antonio Giménez Raso, who was also a police officer, and the former head of the Economic and Fiscal Crimes Unit (UDEF) José Luis Olivera , who later went on to head the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Intelligence Center. Raso and Olivera are also involved in the so-called Catalonia operation against pro-independence politicians.

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