The new event joins the scandalous end of Copa Libertadores. And this is what Luis Sevasco, the Attorney General of the city of Buenos Aires, said that during the raid on Monumental, a sector was found in which duplicate tickets were made that would connect the bar with the leaders of the river.
"On Monday, the raid was made at the River Stadium, and in the place where the tickets were printed, there was a room in which there was no ID card on the door." The prosecutor asked to open it and, after some resistance to do so, they found a computer and two ticket printing printers, which does not mean that they are illegal if they are not duplicated, ”explained Sevasko.
On the other hand, in a dialogue with the Sportia program, TyC Sports, the Prosecutor said that “printing more tickets may be due to the club’s evasion of responsibility or with an excess of simultaneous, because the number of tickets that are legally issued is related to ".
And he continued: "One of the reasons why the State Control Agency closed the Monumental Stadium was because of excessive competition, that is, there are a number of issues that connect the management not only with the bar, but also with this irregularity."
He also noted that “the bar was involved in resale. There are two topics here: tickets that bars get at the club or not (to participate in the game), what we study, and which they can get for resale ",
“The investigation was related to the resale, but because we found connections between the lawyer and the leaders, we have to assign the duties of the board of directors and the club’s staff, since the search was made for this, the information was sequestered, and this reality was found”
In addition, the official didn’t rule out that this situation is connected with the attack on Boca’s microphone on Saturday near the monumental direct connection between the two situations. It is clear that when the entrances were captured, the bar could not enter, and it was this that motivated the heavy battle that took place in Libertador and Monroe for at least two and a half hours.
On the other hand, he commented that "the bar asked someone about the list of university students?" And that the lists were captured "in order to check whether tickets were made on behalf of these people."
Meanwhile, Sevasco told how the process will continue: “We are going to combine investigations under common good”. In this context, we will determine what is responsible for each of them, because we need to establish who was responsible for managing and delivering the tickets. and how they were transferred to the bar, because when a member went to look for them, they had to leave a photocopy of their DNI, so we would have to find copies of 300 records that Godoy was abducted. ”