March 11, 2014
River plateMonday, December 23, 2013
Passarella with arrest warrant
He is involved in a ticket resale network
Former River Plate president Daniel Passarella, vice-president Diego Turnes and hooligans are subject to an arrest warrant by José María Campagnoli as the attorney investigates a ticket resale network between the officials and the hooligans, the sports newspaper Olé published yesterday.
Attorney José María Campagnoli advanced in June 2012 with an investigation that involves former River Plate president Daniel Passarella, other former officials and hooligans for a ticket resale network, published sports newspaper Olé yesterday.
According to the article signed by journalist Gustavo Grabia, Campagnoli had requested many raids and the arrest warrant of Passarella, former vice-president Diego Turnes, four hooligans, two police officers and Diego Rodríguez, brother of María Cecilia Rodríguez, the security minister.
After that, Campagnoli was suspended by an impeachment jury and the judge of the case Fernando Caunedo stopped the raids and the arrest warrants.
Today is the deadline to appeal the decision and they will also decide if Campagnoli will be reinstated or not.
Olé said that there are many phone tappings between Turnes and Martín Araujo, one of the hooligans leaders.
The investigation is for the tickets resale that was supposed to happen for club members via the Internet.
The members complained that when they tried to enter to the website it was always saturated, and when they managed to enter, the tickets were all sold.
Besides Passarella and Turnes, Olé said that the investigation involves the man in charge of the exchange of tickets and hooligans Araujo, Guillermo Godoy, Matías Goñi and José Uequín.