Marchena denounces before the CGPJ the defamations against the Supreme Court of the reviled ex-judge Presencia

Judge Manuel Marchena has addressed a letter to the president of the Supreme Court and the General Council of the Judiciary on behalf of all the members of the Criminal Chamber that he presides over to denounce the serious "radically false, slanderous accusations and without any relation to the truth” that former judge Fernando Presencia has been disseminating on networks and through his website, who was expelled from the judicial career after being sentenced twice for prevarication, by the same magistrates whom he defames.

Marchena denounces before the CGPJ the defamations against the Supreme Court of the reviled ex-judge Presencia

Judge Manuel Marchena has addressed a letter to the president of the Supreme Court and the General Council of the Judiciary on behalf of all the members of the Criminal Chamber that he presides over to denounce the serious "radically false, slanderous accusations and without any relation to the truth” that former judge Fernando Presencia has been disseminating on networks and through his website, who was expelled from the judicial career after being sentenced twice for prevarication, by the same magistrates whom he defames. According to legal sources, Lesmes will notify the Prosecutor's Office to open an investigation.

In the letter, Marchena informs the president of the CGPJ of the "shared concern" of the magistrates of the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court for the articles published on the website of Acodap, the supposedly anti-corruption association headed by Presencia and for which he collects all kinds of donations from citizens to whom he continues to identify himself as senior judge of Talavera de la Reina, despite having been expressly disqualified.

These contents, which are still visible on the network, "attribute crimes of corruption to at least nine of the members" of the Chamber chaired by Marchena. Of himself, as reported by ABC, he came to publish that he was about to be arrested, just as he did with the Supreme Court magistrate Pablo Llarena. He is also known Presencia for his hoaxes about the Minister of Defense, Margarita Robles and, more recently, about the State Attorney General, Dolores Delgado. The National Court stopped him in his last spurious complaint and asked the courts of Talavera, where he lives, to open an investigation.

In the case of the judges of the Second Chamber of the Supreme Court, "these news have not been limited to a headline in a certain URL address", as the letter states. “As was more than expected, they have been replicated on Twitter and other social networks and broadcast in a YouTube interview held by two journalists with the author of the accusations. As a result of this situation, attempts have been detected to modify the Wikipedia page of some of those affected with the aim of including a specific mention of these acts of corruption, offering as proof of their reality the corresponding link of that Internet address« .

Marchena's letter conveys to Lesmes not only the "indignation" at the defamation they are suffering under headlines such as "surprised with two million in a tax haven", but also at "the irreversible damage that is being caused to the credibility of an institution like the Supreme Court. "We believe that not only the honor of some magistrates who have always complied and will continue to comply with their tax duties is at stake, but also the integrity of one of the Chambers," he points out.

The brief recalls that Presencia was expelled from the race and sentenced by the Supreme Criminal Chamber on two occasions for two separate crimes of judicial prevarication, despite which "he continues to present himself as a judge in all his public appearances and signs the majority of his writings with a foot signature expressive of his status as Judge, a position for which he was expressly disqualified.

In addition, it states that "Presence may be obtaining financial contributions from unsuspecting citizens who believe that the donation they offer is going to be used to search for information or evidence that demonstrates the corruption of the magistrates" of the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court, when the fact is that the association he presides over "could be at the service of a strategy that generates false information that can be used to denigrate people or institutions that, for one reason or another, oppose the designs of its promoter."

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