The Buenos Aires legislators of the Frente de Todos (FdT) Leandro Santoro and Victoria Montenegro will present this Tuesday before the federal courts a complaint to investigate the possible existence of an illicit association between police officers and officials of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires, after the crime of Lucas González in the Barracas neighborhood.

“With the legal sponsorship of Miguel Ángel Pierri, tomorrow (for this tuesday) at 10.30, we will file a criminal complaint to investigate the existence of an illicit association made up of police and officials, which operates in the south of the city, with the aim of committing crimes such as extortion, bribery, illegal exactions , and cover-up, among others to be determined by the Federal Justice together with the responsibilities, “Santoro announced on his Twitter account.

The Buenos Aires legislator, who on December 10 will assume a seat in the Chamber of Deputies, explained that “the complaint occurs within the framework of an investigation carried out by the journalist Nahuel Gallota, published this Monday, November 22 in the newspaper Clarín, where The modus operandi of the illegal police brigades operating in the south of the City of Buenos Aires is detailed. “

Meanwhile, the Buenos Aires legislator Claudia Neira (Frente de Todos) called on the Buenos Aires government, headed by Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, to enable the interpellation of the Minister of Security, Marcelo D’Alessandro, to explain the actions of plainclothes policemen in the City .

“There are many questions about the plainclothes policemen who were supposedly patrolling for the prevention of entrances,” he said, referring to the actions of the Buenos Aires security forces. In this regard, he clarified that “the law prohibits the City Police from carrying out tasks without a uniform.”

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