The head of the Court of Instruction number 19 of Madrid has inadmissible for processing the complaint filed by a private lawyer against the former president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado and the one who was its general secretary, Teodoro García Egea for an alleged revelation of secrets in the called the Ayuso case, having revealed that they handled banking and tax information about an alleged collection of commissions by the brother of the president of the Community of Madrid.
In an order notified this Thursday, the judge, in line with the position of the Prosecutor's Office, concludes that "the complainant, based on journalistic information, intends to initiate a criminal investigation to corroborate what in principle are mere suspicions or hypotheses" , given that it does not provide "indications or objective data of the reality of the facts that it imputes".
“In these appearances, it is not indicated how or when or who provided the alleged tax and banking data and it should not be forgotten that the person harmed by the disclosure of secrets is not a complainant in this proceeding. He is the one who holds the legal standing to exercise the criminal action that is recognized for all citizens offended or aggrieved by the crime », he concludes.
In the opinion of the judge, "the claim of the complainant to initiate criminal proceedings based on mere suspicions and suppositions would give rise to a prospective investigation incompatible with the principles that govern criminal law" and therefore, decides not to process his case. complaint.