The money involved is Pablo J. Bordon Almirón, a former member of the Federal Police, who now performs duties in Commune 4, as he could verify this in official sources.
The trading began several days before the game. On November 16, at 1:30 p.m., the parents of the youth transferred 50,000 pesos (25,000 for each tent) to a bank account in the name of the police. And they agreed to deliver the tickets to a family acquaintance, near a shopping mall in the city of Buenos Aires.
In the audios to which he had access Infobae, the police officer's voice is heard in the minutes prior to this meeting. "Hi Braian, how are you?" Pablo talks to you, the guys from Neuquén, listen to me, they gave me your number for the delivery of the ticket."says the policeman.
Seconds later, he is concerned about the presence of other police officers: "Listen to me black, my car is parked right in the mouth of the subway, you saw, in front of the Shell. Come on, come on, I'll give you the ticket out the window because there's only one gang of cops here."
The participation of a police officer in the resale business ignited all the alarms. Buenos Aires Justice investigates, in several files, the resale for the Superfinal, but had no clue about a police connection, could know Infobae.
Where did the tickets sold by the police come from? "He told me he was going to Boca's locker room and he was with the players", said Marcela Godoy, the mother of the young T.
The case transcended because it was a farce. When the teenager, a River fan and his godfather arrived at the door of Monumental They were stopped at the windmill and said the tickets were "trout".
The boy's godfather called the salesman, who was surprised and asked to deliver the phone to those who were "in charge". A police officer picked up the phone and was heard saying, "No, as you ask me this, you can not"
Bordon Almirón, the policeman who sold the tickets, asked for time to solve the problem. Just then they began to receive the effects of tear gas. The godfather took the boy by the hand and they fled.
From that day on, the young man's parents tried unsuccessfully to recover their money. The policeman even promised that he would get a loan to replace the money. Yesterday, they finally decided to file a complaint in the city of Neuquén.