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The Civil Guard searches the address where Rubiales was staying in the Dominican Republic | Soccer | Sports

The Central Operational Unit (UCO) of the Civil Guard registered this Monday the accommodation of the former president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Luis Rubiales, in the Dominican Republic, as reported by Cadena SER this Tuesday and EL PAÍS has been able to confirm . Delia Rodrigo, the judge investigating Rubiales’ management at the head of the sports body, had ordered to find out the address where the former president was staying in the Caribbean country and has also given the green light for the subsequent search of him.

The UCO agents, in collaboration with the Dominican authorities, took the former leader’s cell phone and tablet, according to Ser. Rubiales was supposedly finishing his last days in the Dominican Republic, where he was with his friend and also Nene, who was also being investigated. that he. The former president had already announced that his return to Spain would be next Saturday, April 6. This Monday’s search is part of the so-called Operation Brody, which led to an exhaustive search of the Federation headquarters in Las Rozas and which investigates RFEF contracts after 2018 and the alleged sending of resources from the institution to accounts. banks of people alleged to be Rubiales, like Nené himself. This last record, framed in a secret piece within the same investigation, has also been promoted by Judge Delia Rodrigo, in collaboration with Anticorruption.

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