Federal judge Marcelo Martínez de Giorgi asked the low cost airline FlyBondi what report if the leader of the far-right group Revolución Federal, Jonathan Morel, traveled on that airline to Neuquén to go to the Neuquén town of Vaca Muerta in recent months. De Giorgi advances on the track of the 13 million pesos that Morel received from the Caputo Hermanos Group for the alleged manufacture of furniture for apartments in Añelo, Neuquén.
Morel himself said in his investigative statement that he had been in Añelo installing furniture for Caputo Hermanos, for which the judge reiterated the request that he had already made on October 27 to the low cost company. Now, De Giorgi gave Flybondi five days to “provide all the receipts that he has in relation to the issuance of tickets in the name of Jonathan Ezequiel Morel.”
The firm Caputo Hermanos –of the family of Luis Caputo, former finance minister of the Mauricio Macri government– acknowledged in the file that it hired Morel through the Espacio Añelo and Santa Clara Sur trusts and that the relation of the leader of the Federal Revolution was the decorator Rosana Pía Caputo, sister of the president of the company, Flavio Caputo.
In the invoices the descriptions are generic: “carpentry service” Some say “stools and chairs” and there is a list where the delivery of the carpentry of tables, bed supports, coat racks and other objects such as mattresses, pillows and curtains appear. Morel suggested by declaring that he also managed those things.
In your request to FlyBondi, The judge asked the airline for details on “the method of payment and the identity of the purchaser, as well as all the tickets paid for jointly in the same operation.” and on “the identity of the respective passengers” who may have accompanied him. This last point is supported by the statement by Morel, who said that he had traveled with three other people to install the furniture.