Adjustable beds - "The greatest nonsense of tourism policy in recent years".
The National Police have presented the judge with an extraordinary analysis of systematic corruption at Palma town hall.
Álvaro Gijón said that a document indicating payment made on his behalf by "Tolo" was false.
The appeal against restraining orders on Rodríguez is because these take no account of presumption of innocence or of judicial protection.
"I was finally able to testify before the judge about things which I deny. I responded to all questions with honesty and by telling the whole truth."
José María Rodríguez is to appear in court tomorrow to answer questions from the judge investigating allegations of corruption in the Palma police force.
Juan Manuel Penalva, the judge investigating corruption in the Palma force, claims that Rodríguez was the "architect in the shadows".
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