by Don Quijones, Testosterone Pit.com:
Spain’s government plumbed new depths of political chicanery and incompetence this week when it openly admitted that it had tampered with evidence in the Bárcenas affair, a corruption case implicating many of its senior ministers.
The evidence in question was stored on two computers used by Luís Bárcenas, the Popular Party’s former chief treasurer who is accused of taking bribes, evading taxes by hiding the proceeds in tax havens and laundering money through shell companies.
According to Bárcenas, the computers held vital information that confirmed many of the allegations he’d made against his former colleagues, of which here’s a brief taster:
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