Although Pochetti initially denied her involvement in money laundering maneuvers over months and the number of people in her environment who decided to join the honest regime, she decided to also provide information in exchange for her gaining freedom. millions of dollars, which, according to prosecutors and the judge of the case, originated in the maneuvers of illegal collection of money from state suppliers.
Several defendants of the accused who had to deal with the work maneuvers investigated in this part of the case attended Comodora Py's courts, who wanted to look at the file and learn the words of Pochetti. She has not been released yet, not because she was denied, but because her official defender Juan Martín Hermida has not asked for it. Hermida considered it appropriate to investigate to verify the statements and data provided by Pochetti, and then demand that it restore freedom.
Pochetti's statement is still subject to a strict reservation, and although the case is still not a secret of summaries, some of the lawyers of the parties did not get it.
Court officials who are investigating intend to clarify the origin of the money Muňoz has had and what his current place of residence is. According to court sources, Pochetti gave details of these issues. "He talked about everything because he met Daniel Muñoz until yesterday," said the court source
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Another accused is Elizabeth Ortiz Municoy, a real estate broker from Mar del Plata, who said in November last year that she repented and pointed to Pochetti and lawyer Miguel Ángel Plo, who first consulted with Muňoz's widow. Municoy provided details of how they were selling and selling 16 real estate in the United States. When Municoy declared her repentance, she was released. But in the last week she returned to Comodoro Py more than three times, watching what Pochetti could tell, and worried that Bonadio did not trust what she had already contributed. His lawyer is official defender Gustavo Kollmann, who apologized for defending Pochetti because of the possibility of opposing interests between the two defendants.
Kollmann is also represented in this case by Juan Manuel Campillo, the former minister of economy of Santa Cruz and the trusted man Néstor Kirchner, who after a long wait was repentant. Campillo, in his statement, said that Isidro Bounine, former secretary of Cristina Kirchner, summoned Pochetti in 2016 to sell real estate abroad and clear the money route. Campillo, however, said he "hit the wall", which was Plo, the former lawyer Pochetti, who was already in charge of the leadership.
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NATION from court sources, Pochetti's statement did not like the statements of Municoy and Campill about the story of these movements, except for a few nuances. The added value the declaration has is the amount of information it has provided about the current goal of the money it seeks to find.
Ploe, who was detained in Ezeiza's prison, does not believe Pochetti's claim, but he estimates he "pointed out".