It is clear that the issuance of ‘Rocío, tell the truth to stay alive’ has aroused so much curiosity that there have been some who have taken it too far … That is why, according to ‘El País’, the Prosecutor’s Office has opened proceedings to investigate about 10 officials who have illegally accessed the file of Rocio Carrasco, which is in the sexist violence vigilance system, called Viogén.
The investigation was launched once it emerged that they had been looking at this file without having any relation to the case, so the only reason that led them to make this decision was curiosity. According to this medium, they come from three specific provinces, Valencia, Alicante and Castellón, although it cannot be ruled out that the same could have happened in others.
Access to the aforementioned system, only allowed to Social Services workers, the police and the judges, leaves a trace, since each of the people who uses it must do so with their personal password, not in vain we speak of confidential information.
Interior detected it after March 22, when the documentary series produced by The TV Factory. It was on the 26th when the Secretary of State for Security found out and proceeded to block their access to the system. The Administration would have informed these workers of the reason for this decision when they notified their inability to access this crucial tool for their performance.
Days later, on the 31st, the Ministry of Justice of the Generalitat Valenciana opened an informative file, another disciplinary one and communicated the facts to the Prosecutor’s Office. Although proceedings have been opened in the three provinces, the case has been filed in Alicante.
The officials involved have been removed from their duties to assist victims and have been assigned to other services. According to the newspaper, some of these workers have shown their dissatisfaction, because they go to their jobs but have not been assigned any tasks for two months.