The chief prosecutor of the eastern zone of the capital, Manuel Guerra, again referred this Thursday to his sayings about the big data report received by the Government after October 18. The undersecretary of the Interior, Juan Francisco Galli, defended the report.
The existence of said report became known after President Sebastián Piñera told El País of Spain that there was foreign influence in the protests of the social outbreak. As the Government later pointed out, this became known thanks to big data analysis.
Days later, the material was leaked to the media and it became clear that rather it was a social media analysis.
Finally, it was known that said big data report was made by the Spanish company Alto Data Analytics and what was it Quiñenco -matrix of the Luksic Group- which contacted La Moneda with said Iberian company.
Well, almost a year after the social outbreak, Guerra pointed out yesterday to radio Universe what said report “It was just smoke”.
“A few days after the events occurred, the investigation of foreign intervention, which was indicated by the President; That information to the Public Ministry never arrived, let us remember all the controversy by the National Intelligence Agency, of the existence of ‘big data’ of important information, that was just smoke, we operate based on what we have, “he said.
Today, Guerra again referred to the issue and pointed out that “what is clear is that said report was not fundamental nor was it decisive for what happened later ”.
Along with this, he described it as “a contraption that it had no major relevance and that the President led his Excellency to certain decisions or opinions that had no correlation with the antecedents ”.
“That information that came to the hands of the president it was not correct“He added.
Along with this, he insisted on ruling out that after the burning of Metro stations there is a mega-organization: “to this day, the investigation does not reveal an organization or mega-organization behind this.”
Galli defended report
Despite this, the undersecretary Juan Francisco Galli defended the report as “all background is valuable.”
In his opinion, the error of “confuse intelligence with criminal investigation ”and that for the first item the information provided did matter.
“That it is not relevant for a criminal investigation, and therefore for the Prosecutor’s Office, that is a totally different matter,” he added.
Finally, he closed by saying that “for us it was relevant, with that I stay ”.