Changes in the official statement from the founder of Tuenti cast doubts on researchers about what happened to the alleged theft of their BTC

Via the Twitter account Brais Cedeira (@BraisCedeira),TO who claims to be a journalist for the digital newspaper El Español, was discovered on the night of Tuesday the 2nd the president of the social network Tuenti was allegedly attacked at his home, the victim of an organized gang who had broken into his apartment and tortured him after he had handcuffed and gagged his hands to get his private Bitcoin keys

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With the search tool of the social network Twitter, in particular the platform Tweetdeck, a filter was configured according to the number of likes (at least five) and with the name of the president’s social network as a search term in order to determine which was the first news agency with a presence on Twitter to report what happened. Thus, the Bris Cedeira report is considered to be the first medium to report the news fact.

Changes in the official statement from the founder of Tuenti cast doubts on researchers about what happened to the alleged theft of their BTC
Changes in the official statement from the founder of Tuenti cast doubts on researchers about what happened to the alleged theft of their BTC

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It is then confirmed that the first statement presented to the press and also the first version received by the investigators of the National Police Headquarters in Madrid, which stated thatZaryn Dentzel, the first president of the Tuenti social network, was the victim of an organized gang who stole his laptop, cell phone and tablet. In addition, after several hours of blackmail, it is mentioned that he was forced to provide the password in which he had secured several tens of millions of euros in Bitcoin.

In the hours after the event, it was reported on the social network via the Twitter account of. the first obvious suspicion expressed Patricia Peiró (@patriziapeiro), who wrote that Despite the attack, no formal complaints have been filed for the events, according to information from the El País newspaper. However, this information is not the first to indicate that the complaint has not been submitted, as after the submission of the article, the subsequent statement by the president of the social network Tuenti was amended and inserted

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At this point, the suspicion of Zaryn Dentzel’s first testimony became interesting to the news media as Europa Press circulated the dubious version of his testimony and went through the next newspaper note: â € œThe agents took a testimony from him and opened a testimony about what happened, but they find it strange that the victim has not yet filed a formal complaint with the police, nor has he filed a violation report for the alleged injuries. Nor did he disclose the amount of money or material stolen. As posted via her Twitter account,  @europapress.

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Stolen bitcoins that were never stolen?

Then, specifically at 9:49 a.m. on November 3, 2021 (-4: 00 GMT), About 13 hours after the first statement, it was reported on Helena Resano®’s Twitter account (@helenaresano) the first version that rules out Bitcoins being stolen, as part of the official statement by the President of Tuenti Zaryn Dentzel to the National Police

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Then we have the El País newspaper review, which explains what has happened to the official testimony of the victim of the alleged body injury trial so far.The version recorded by the Spanish judiciary states that several objects were stolen, a group of four or five hooded men who tortured him for several hours to gain access to his electronic accounts, but the police pointed to only one small wound at the event. In addition, the doorman at the guard post of the building where the President of Tuenti lives, entering or exiting, did not notice anyone who was suspicious, adding to the complication of the initial plot shared on social media. According to the comment of Patricia Peiró, who wrote the story for El País newspaper, If the alleged robbery had worked, the attackers would have been able to find a millionaire’s fortune, as the businessman claims to have been investing in the cryptocurrency for several years.

The crime of lying?

According to the Spanish Criminal Code, in Chapter VI, in particular in Articles 458 to 462, Anyone who makes a false statement is punished with a prison sentence of six months to two years and for making a statement with a fine of up to six months. In addition, Article 460 implicitly states: â ???? Anyone who changes facts or data unwillingly, incorrectly or in silence will be fined six to twelve months and, if necessary, six months to three years.

However, as mentioned in the El País newspaper, The official statement states that at no time was the bitcoin stolen, which could be a nervous reaction from Dentzel, and is exempt from the penalty for misrepresentation under Article 462 of the aforementioned law:Anyone who has made false statements in criminal proceedings and revokes them in due time and in the correct form so that the truth takes effect before the judgment is pronounced in the proceedings in question is exempt from the penalty. ????.

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