HACKERS have streamed live footage from the Podemos leader’s house to a publicly accessible website.
A CCTV camera installed by the Guardia Civil at Pablo Iglesias’s house in Galapagar was hacked into.
Officers then reset the camera and the Interior Ministry filed a report about the political espionage.
Investigators tracked those involved to an internet server in Singapore.
After an original complaint was filed by Iglesias in October, the left-wing leader has, in recent weeks, complained about police operations under the PP.
He alleges that the conservative party allowed police to prepare fake evidence to support claims that the Podemos had been involved in illegal funding.
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