The world-famous Spanish opera singer Placido Domingo was suspected of using the services of a sect that had been engaged in sexual exploitation of people in Argentina for more than 30 years. The Pais newspaper writes about this.
By her data, at the disposal of the investigators were audio recordings of conversations involving the leader of the sect, Juan Perkovic, his mediator, and presumably Domingo. First, a certain Susana Mendelevich informs Perkovich that the Spanish tenor wants to “visit us.” In response, he suggests using the “Museum”, as among the sectarians they called the building in the center of Buenos Aires, intended for sexual meetings. Then Domingo’s voice is heard, who explains to Mendelevich how to meet him without his agents noticing.
At the end of the recording, the woman again turns to the leader of the sect and reports to him about these agreements. Sources of the publication indicate that so far no charges have been brought against Domingo. The investigation has yet to examine a huge amount of paper and digital documentation.
The liquidation of a large sect operating under the name “Yoga School of Buenos Aires”, Argentine law enforcement officials reported last week. According to preliminary data, the sect promoted the philosophy of the fight against AIDS and drugs, the pursuit of happiness, and offered a cure. In fact, she took possession of the money and property of the followers. For this, funds were created abroad, real estate and cars were bought.
* terrorist organization banned in Russia