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Perez paid €3,00,000 to create fake news site

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez confessed paying €3,00,000 ($3,20,000) to a fake news website in order to heighten the club’s image by weaving propitious tidings.

The inception of unravelling:

All of this emerged to the eyes of media and the world during the fierce probes into the €250 million money laundering scandal in Spain which allegedly involved top level businessman, political leaders and civil servants. To dig out the convicts an Operation Punica was launched in 2014 by Central Operation Unit of the Spain’s Guardia Civil Police. florentino-perez

Perez in money laundering?

Perez denied acceptance of any payment from Alejandro De Pedro, the chief culprit behind the bizarre scandal. No kind of political pertinence of the president is proved with those indicted. An infuriated Perez told the court “That question annoys me a little. He wouldn’t have dared to ask me something like that. He never spoke to me about that.”

As Perez reveals, the head of corporate and investment banking in Spain and Portugal for Société Générale, Donato Gonzalez introduced him to De Pedro, whom he later paid the massive sum for creating the website, named El Diario Bernabeu for the club’s favours.

The publication would denounce referees, perhaps in expectation for them to take favourable decisions, in order to keep the players’ image safe and it would also pressurise the head coach Zinedine Zidane and the former one Carlo Ancelotti. Besides, El Diario could disseminate anything the club considered of a use.

 

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez confessed paying €3,00,000 ($3,20,000) to a fake news website in order to heighten the club’s image by weaving propitious tidings.

The inception of unravelling:

All of this emerged to the eyes of media and the world during the fierce probes into the €250 million money laundering scandal in Spain which allegedly involved top level businessman, political leaders and civil servants. To dig out the convicts an Operation Punica was launched in 2014 by Central Operation Unit of the Spain’s Guardia Civil Police. florentino-perez

Perez in money laundering?

Perez denied acceptance of any payment from Alejandro De Pedro, the chief culprit behind the bizarre scandal. No kind of political pertinence of the president is proved with those indicted. An infuriated Perez told the court “That question annoys me a little. He wouldn’t have dared to ask me something like that. He never spoke to me about that.”

As Perez reveals, the head of corporate and investment banking in Spain and Portugal for Société Générale, Donato Gonzalez introduced him to De Pedro, whom he later paid the massive sum for creating the website, named El Diario Bernabeu for the club’s favours.

The publication would denounce referees, perhaps in expectation for them to take favourable decisions, in order to keep the players’ image safe and it would also pressurise the head coach Zinedine Zidane and the former one Carlo Ancelotti. Besides, El Diario could disseminate anything the club considered of a use.

 

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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez confessed paying €3,00,000 ($3,20,000) to a fake news website in order to heighten the club’s image by weaving propitious tidings.

The inception of unravelling:

All of this emerged to the eyes of media and the world during the fierce probes into the €250 million money laundering scandal in Spain which allegedly involved top level businessman, political leaders and civil servants. To dig out the convicts an Operation Punica was launched in 2014 by Central Operation Unit of the Spain’s Guardia Civil Police. florentino-perez

Perez in money laundering?

Perez denied acceptance of any payment from Alejandro De Pedro, the chief culprit behind the bizarre scandal. No kind of political pertinence of the president is proved with those indicted. An infuriated Perez told the court “That question annoys me a little. He wouldn’t have dared to ask me something like that. He never spoke to me about that.”

As Perez reveals, the head of corporate and investment banking in Spain and Portugal for Société Générale, Donato Gonzalez introduced him to De Pedro, whom he later paid the massive sum for creating the website, named El Diario Bernabeu for the club’s favours.

The publication would denounce referees, perhaps in expectation for them to take favourable decisions, in order to keep the players’ image safe and it would also pressurise the head coach Zinedine Zidane and the former one Carlo Ancelotti. Besides, El Diario could disseminate anything the club considered of a use.

 

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