The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – In the midst of one of the most important games of his career, Costa Rican goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, has not given an official statement regarding the 24 agents of the Judicial Investigation Organization (OIJ) and four prosecutors from the Public Ministry who were illegally spying on him and his family.
Yesterday afternoon it was discovered that through an OIJ database, known as the Police Information Platform, agents and prosecutors were gaining access to private details of the player’s life.
Both your communication manager, as its representative in Spain Ricardo Cabanas, they said that would refer to the issue yet.
“I do not know if he (Keylor), will want to say something, we have to wait until after the game,” said his representative, Kristian Arguedas.
A total of 51 searches were registered on the OIJ’s system between July and August of this year as announced by Francisco Segura, OIJ Director.
“We have no reason to investigate Keylor,” confirmed Segura, emphasizing that there is no justification for any of this.
“The agents are only allowed to enter that platform when performing a judicial inquiry,” he said, adding that if the case goes to court investigation, it may end in the dismissal of those who have committed the wrongdoing. (Crhoy)
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