Since it became known that the Interior Minister, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, the leader of Unidas Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, and the general director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez, had received threatening letters with bullets inside, Vox has been sheltered in a speech without arguments to question the truth of these facts. The published scan images now put the training in total jeopardy.
Correos has sent a letter to the company to which it has been awarded its security, INV Vigilancia, to announce the opening of an investigation by virtue of what is determined in section 9.2 of the Specific Technical Specifications where it is indicated that “the winning company must ensure that the personnel involved in the correspondence inspection services are provided with adequate training in the use of them, and that their attitude is consistent with the development of the activity “.
The letter, to which EL ESPAÑOL has had access, is signed by Javier Pumares Puertas, head of the company’s Security area, and is accompanied by the photogram of the moment in which the three envelopes with bullets went through the scanner and leaves Rocío Monasterio and Santiago Abascal without arguments, which these days have questioned the veracity of the threats.
The Vox candidate for the Community of Madrid, in an interview with RNE last Friday, said the following: “I condemn all violence, but the Government already we don’t believe anything the Spanish. (…) I don’t believe in Pablo Iglesias, every time we see something he says we question him, he has deceived us “.
This Friday, during the debate between the candidates to preside over the Community of Madrid organized by the Ser string, Pablo Iglesias exploded against the far-right formation and decided to leave the studio after Monastery corroborated his doubts about the death threats he had received. While the leader of Unidas Podemos got up, Monasterio continued with his speech: “I’m glad you’re leaving, which is what many Spaniards want. It’s where you have to be. Off this set and out of politics“.
The debate continued for about an hour but, in the second half, Ángel Gabilondo and Mónica García also decided to leave the set and at that moment the debate was concluded.
The tone responds to the angry line that the Vox candidate likes to keep and that has followed in recent hours. That same Saturday, during a rally in Parla, the president of the far-right party, Santiago Abascal, assured that he condemned “all the violence” but that the “alleged threats” against Pablo Iglesias “stink of montage” reason why it announced that Vox had denounced them before the courts so that the matter was investigated “until the end”.
Abascal also pointed out at that rally that “alpha machito”, referring to Iglesias, he does not like “that a woman opposes him” and, in his opinion, today (last Friday) he has shown it in the debate, “because Rocío Monasterio has cut off both his ears and the bow “and he has fled “with his tail between his legs”.
Now Correos has made public the images of the envelopes with the bullets inside them as they pass through the scanner, a evident proof that those envelopes were sent by someone. And, as Correos denounces, that there was a negligence of surveillance and security.