The director of the investigation agency ‘Mira’, Julio Gutiez, has confirmed this Thursday that “some company” in which “the PP governs” contacted him to spy on the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and has assured that he refused to carry out this work because what they commissioned was “illegal” because of “the data they requested.”
In an audio broadcast by the channel ‘7NN Noticias’, picked up by Europa Press, Gutiez explained that they went to his agency to hire “some people linked to some company” of the Popular Party “or those governed by the PP” to commission him a work that “was illegal because of the data they requested”.
“I told them that it was illegal and that I was not doing any illegal research. They wanted very specific data from the Tax Agency and a bank. I refused and that was the story,” he underlined, while also stating that a journalist He called him later to confirm that in ‘Genoa’ they had tried to hire him but that he had refused.
“I told the journalist that I neither confirmed nor denied,” said the director of the detective agency, who has defended that in his professional life he has not leaked who his clients were or any of his investigations.
The Popular Party denied in a statement that it “flatly denies the information published in relation to an alleged investigation into the health contracts awarded by the Community of Madrid” and warned that it will take the appropriate legal measures in the face of these falsehoods.
Thus, the general secretary of the PP, Teodoro García Egea, announced this Thursday that the party’s legal services are studying whether legal action is appropriate against the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, in the face of “very serious, almost criminal accusations” against President Pablo Casado and the national leadership.