Despite that fact that labour laws give him the right to return to his old job at Marbella Town Hall, Juan Antonio Roca – who will be released as soon as he can get together one million euros bail money – is reportedly thinking of moving to Madrid to take advantage of the anonymity offered by a big city. Sources close to him told a local newspaper that Roca fears that he will be insulted whenever he appears in public in Marbella. Roca’s contract adviser in the planning department was temporarily suspended during his stay in prison, accused of being the brains behind the Malaya corruption case, but it can be reactivated once he is set free. The Town Hall is already taking the necessary legal steps to make sure he can’t claim back his job, even if he wanted to.
ROCA FEARS STREET INSULTS