Although initially Pochetti denied her participation in the money laundering maneuvers, over the months and the number of people in her environment who chose to join the regret regimen, she decided that she also wanted to provide information in return for obtaining it. freedom It is considered a key person to locate the 70 million dollars that, according to the prosecutors and the judge of the case, had their origin in the maneuvers of illegal collection of money of the contractors of the State.
Several of the defenders of the accused who had to do with the washing maneuvers investigated in this section of the case appeared in the courts of Commodore Py eager to look at the file and to know the sayings of Pochetti. She still did not get her release, not because she was denied, but because her official defender, Juan Martin Hermida, did not ask for it. Hermida considered it expedient for the investigation that the sayings and data provided by Pochetti be verified, and then demand that she regain her freedom.
Pochetti's statement is still kept under strict reserve, and although the case is not yet a summary secret, some of the parties' lawyers failed to see him.
The judicial officials who carry out the investigation want to clarify the origin of the money that Muñoz has laundered and what his current whereabouts are. According to judicial sources, Pochetti gave details on these issues. "He talked about everything, since he met Daniel Muñoz until yesterday," said a judicial source in
THE NATION after the sealed agreement between Pochetti and Judge Claudio Bonadio to be accused of collaborating.
Another accused is Elizabeth Ortiz Municoy, a real estate broker in Mar del Plata, who repented in November last year and pointed to Pochetti and lawyer Miguel Ángel Plo, who initially advised Muñoz's widow. Municoy gave details of how the buying and selling operations of the 16 properties in the United States were. When Municoy declared her regret, she was released. But last week she returned to Comodoro Py more than three times, attentive to what Pochetti could declare, and worried about Bonadio's mistrust of what she had already contributed. His lawyer is the official defender Gustavo Kollmann, who escaped defending Pochetti because of the possibility of opposing interests between the two defendants.
Kollmann also represents in this case Juan Manuel Campillo, the former Economy Minister of Santa Cruz and a man of confidence of Néstor Kirchner, who after a long wait obtained the status of repentant. Campillo said in his statement that Isidro Bounine, former secretary of Cristina Kirchner, called him – on behalf of Pochetti – in 2016 to sell the properties abroad and erase the money route. Campillo, however, stated that he "hit a wall", which was Plo, Pochetti's former lawyer, who was already in charge of that administration.
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THE NATION through judicial sources, Pochetti's statement did not vary much from Municoy and Campillo's statements about the history of these movements, except for a few nuances. The added value of the statement is the amount of information it provided in the current destination of the money it is trying to locate.
Plo, who was detained in Ezeiza prison, is suspicious of Pochetti's statement, but estimates that he "pointed up."