Luis Tagliapietra, ARA San Juan Alejandro Tagliapietra, a corvette and crew lieutenant, said Telam would return to Argentina "to make a speech to the judge, Marta (Yañez) to talk about his business in Buenos Aires," he says. "No logical basis" and "removes transparency from the investigation".
The court ruled in the capital of Argentina a few hours ago, and joined the Defense Ministry of Oscar Aguad. He consulted on the day he received the report he received from the Advisory Committee consulted.
He also met with Navy officials, and the Navy builders gave the first images received by the Argentine states; and the Special Submarine, with members of the Special Examination and Rescue Operations Committee.
Tagliapietra travels to Cape Town (South Africa), aboard the Navy, discovered the boat found on ARA San Juan and on Saturday, November 17, at dawn. It is done on the behalf of the siblings.
Tagliapietra is also a lawyer, amongst the three complaints that relatives of the underworld, confirmed that "Judge Yudez" had many private conferences, "even if it was not secret."
Tagliapietra read in the Constructor of the seabed the interview published by Télam and reported that Yañez in Buenos Aires said: "Private meetings called me, they are not secrets, but the difference between private and secret is that they can not legally frames in a procedural lawsuit ".
"I am referring to Télam's announcement (in which Yañez says he received personal pictures, but he did not need to go to Buenos Aires)," said the lawyer. it's wool. "
"The army sent images immediately and asked the Minister of Agriculture, Aguad, to receive a report from the Advisory Committee when it analyzes the" sinking of the underwater ".
"The meeting of the Bicameral Committee is different because the same thing is being investigated, and I see it well for consensus and work as a team," he said.
However, he understood that these meetings "reduce the transparency of the investigation, because the meeting had to be done with procedural matters, complaints and complaints about these meetings".
"And although the encounters are personal, the judges are very irregular in regard to the aspects".
About Télam's question, he asked about what he wants to return to Cape Town in Argentina, who said Tagliapietra will find her partner and her colleagues.
"I want to see all the details, I will go to Court Caleta Olivia and look for a jury, and everything will depend," he concluded.