Keylor Navas Fighting Government Employee Spying with Embezzlement of Use Lawsuit

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rican goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, has lodged a criminal complaint against the 24 officials who committed the alleged act of spying on his private life.

    This was stated by counsel for the player, Henry Vega, who spoke on behalf of Navas from Spain, where he said they are looking for justice, although money is not necessarily the ultimate goal.

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    “This is a very delicate and embarrassing situation for the ministry, but Keylor wants to ensure that this will not happen to other people in the country,” said Vega.

    Navas was quoted by his lawyer as saying, “If they do this to me, how many more people do they do it to? I’ll fight that battle.”

    The goalkeeper, who according to his representative was very surprised and indignant, is moving forward rapidly with an expedited lawsuit.

    “This is a very delicate situation. This offense is called ‘embezzlement of use’ and occurs when a public official uses a public resource for a different in an unprofessional and illegal manner,” Vega said. 

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