Added to the list of victims or victims of espionage:
- Verónica Magario: deputy governor of the Province of Buenos Aires.
- Juan Grabois: Secretary General of the Union of Workers of the Popular Economy.
- Emilio Persico: Secretary of Social Economy, a dependency of the Ministry of Social Development, and a leader of the Evita Movement.
- Daniel Menéndez: Coordinator of Barrios de Pie and member of the Ministry of Social Economy.
- Juan Marino: Member of the Ministry of Development of the province of Buenos Aires, founding member of the Piquetero Party, leader of the Revolutionary Piquetera Tendency.
- Leonardo Grosso: Deputy of the Nation for the Province of Buenos Aires for the Front of All and national reference of the Evita Movement.
- Fernando Espinoza: Mayor of the Slaughter.
- Carlos Castagneto: General Director of the General Directorate of Social Security Resources in AFIP.
- Gastón Castagneto: president of the political party Kolina.
- Leonardo Nardini: Mayor of Malvinas Argentinas.
- Cristóbal Manuel López: Indalo Group businessman.
- Lázaro Báez: Santa Cruz businessman and public works contractor.
- Heraldo Cayuqueo: UOCRA leader.
The illegal follow-up activities would also have fallen on social organizations such as the Corriente Clasista y Combativa (CCC) movement and the Polo Obrero, which is part of the so-called Piquetero Front.
Furthermore, from the Villena court they consider that “indications of illegal intelligence activities have also emerged regarding the National Deputy for CABA, Eduardo Valdés; the president of the Inadi, Victoria Donda, Jorge Devoto, the former mayor of Moreno, Walter Festa; the mayor of Ramallo, Mauro Poletti; and the lawyer Mauricio D´Alessandro.
According to sources with access to the file, this information arises from the “continuous analysis” that is carried out in relation to the information that is gathered in the case.
In this expansion also emerged “evidence that would allow to consider as homeless people hitherto identified and following the organization ordered by the court.”