Sunday, November 8, 2009

Stolen computer could affect elections

Madrid sports tabloid As claims that Barcelona president Joan Laporta is worried that compromising information could be spread in the coming months.

On 25 April 2008, during Barcelona's Champions League semi-final against Manchester United, Laporta's portable computer was stolen from the club's offices at the Camp Nou.

Laporta thinks that part of the data from the computer would now be in the possession of some media that could make the information public little by little, from now until he leaves the club.

Over the past weeks, the president of Barcelona has in fact already been involved in several controversies that linked events from his personal and professional life to his position as Barcelona president.

News reports on some electronic mail messages of Laporta are said to not only be possibly damaging for the president himself but could also affect other members of the current board of directors who would want to take part in next year's elections.

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6 comments:

  1. Hmm interesting, but then again... this is coming from AS.

    I guess we'll find out if it's true or not!

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  2. It sure is a fact that his laptop was stolen ànd that he seems to be constantly under fire lately with new stories popping up the whole time (the latest basically suggesting he's a porn entrepreneur --- well, kind of).

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  3. LOL! The picture here of Laporta seems really fitting to that description too! :p

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  4. We take care of every detail, Omar...

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  5. That's why you're the best! :D

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