They raided the Moyano trade union for a blockade of the San Nicolás company

They raided the Moyano trade union for a blockade of the San Nicolás company

They raided the Moyano trade union for a blockade of the San Nicolás company

There is a procedure in Truckers for finding documentation; Judge Maiztegi ordered this in a case where two trade unionists were arrested for extorting money from a food distribution firm.

Paton Basile, a boxer and Hugo Moyano's usual guardian, reprimands the cops who ransacked the Truckers headquarters.
Paton Basile, a boxer and Hugo Moyano’s usual guardian, reprimands the cops who ransacked the Truckers headquarters.

Judge of San Nicholas Maria Eugenia Maizteg He also ordered a search of the headquarters today Teamwork In the city of Buenos Aires, in search of documents related to the arrested leaders for extorting money from a candy distribution company and demanding that they be blocked.

Before the procedure, Hugo MoianoThe head of the union, was conducting an act with the president, in Park Colon, behind the Casa Rosada.

Raid at Truckers headquarters
Raid at Truckers headquarters

The proceedings took place in the case when a judge, together with prosecutor Maria del Valle Vivian, arrested Frente de Todos de San Nicolás’s adviser and Truckers leader in the region. Maximum Caballero – Julio’s son, Hugo Moyano, the historical leader in this region – and a local reviewer, Fernando Espindola. Both detainees remain in custody after the Court of Appeals upheld their qualifications for extortion, misappropriation of property and coercion.

Now the judge is looking into the case of the pressure victim company “Rey”, because two letters were sent and he did not respond to any of them, as he said. ᲔᲠᲘ ᲐLawyer Florence Arieto, Which sponsors the Rey family. Arietto is the leader of Together for Change, who worked with Patricia Bulrich in the Ministry of Security and is now close to Horatio Rdrige Laretta.

The operations are intended to determine the route of money paid by the kings for debts whose existence has never been proven. The money left the company and eventually merged and demanded the lifting of the blockade. “They should have been sent by transfer,” said the source of the case.

Trade union leaders lorry Arrested by police from the San Nicola branch on April 8th. The arrest was ordered by a judge Maizteg, Who refused to be released from prison, an event ratified by the Court of Appeals that ended the arrest warrant. Both trade unionists surrendered voluntarily.

Militants from the Truck Guild, at the door of the raided headquarters;  Including Patón Basile (in green, tattooed)
Militants from the Truck Guild, at the door of the raided headquarters; Including Patón Basile (in green, tattooed)

Caballero surrendered to the San Nicholas Investigation Department, while Espindola surrendered to the Baradero-San Pedro Police Department. Both went voluntarily when the captivity had already been issued so that the police would not handcuff them.

Blocked Company San Pedro is a distributor of food products to which it belongs Richard King. It has about 35 employees. The conflict started when the union demanded the transfer of 35 employees under a 40/89 contract and the union members allegedly demanded money.

The businessman paid some taxes, though the company later sanctioned the trade union delegate and escalated the conflict. The businessmen stopped paying and complained about the extortion, which has now led to these arrests.

The complaint was received by the -7 San Pedro Prosecutor’s Office, which is headed by him Maria del Valle Viviani.

Source: La Nacion

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