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José María Rodríguez (second left), Catalina Cirer (left) in happier days.


Police consider that Rodríguez controlled town hall "criminal machinery"

The National Police have presented the judge with an extraordinary analysis of systematic corruption at Palma town hall.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter04/10/2017 00:00

A note by the witness, said to implicate Gijón.


Gijón and Rodríguez deny orgy and drugs allegations

Álvaro Gijón said that a document indicating payment made on his behalf by "Tolo" was false.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/07/2017 00:00

José María Rodríguez denies all allegations levelled at him over the corruption scandal.


Rodríguez lawyer denounces court partiality over police corruption affair

The appeal against restraining orders on Rodríguez is because these take no account of presumption of innocence or of judicial protection.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter05/09/2016 00:00

José María Rodríguez speaks to reporters after his court appearance.


Rodríguez denies having ever been to a brothel

"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."

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter26/08/2016 00:00

José María Rodríguez, under investigation for alleged links to Palma police corruption.


Ex-president of the PP in Palma in court over alleged links to police corruption

José María Rodríguez is to appear in court tomorrow to answer questions from the judge investigating allegations of corruption in the Palma police force.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter25/08/2016 00:00

José María Rodríguez is strongly denying claims against him.


The sordid affairs of Palma's police

Juan Manuel Penalva, the judge investigating corruption in the Palma force, claims that Rodríguez was the "architect in the shadows".

Andrew Ede05/07/2016 00:00

Mateo Isern meets with other critics of the Rodriguez leadership.

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Palma PP rebels seek alternative to Rodríguez

Some one hundred members of the Partido Popular, opponents of the president of the party in Palma, José María Rodríguez, have met to voice their criticisms of Rodríguez's leadership in the city.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/07/2015 00:00