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BUENOS AIRES - The courts of justice confirmed the prosecution and pretrial detention against the former president and current senator, Cristina Kirchner, charged with trying to cover up the Iranian suspects in the terrorist attack against AMIA in exchange for restoring relations with Iran.
The confirmation of the preventive prison also includes the former chancellor Hector TImerman, who was sentenced to house arrest by Judge Claudio Bonadio. In addition, the trials with preventive detention of Carlos Zannini, Luis D'Elia and Fernando Esteche were confirmed.
The defendants had been prosecuted by Bonadio for the complaint filed by the prosecutor Alberto Nisman before dying. They are accused of orchestrating a criminal plan to lift international arrest warrants that apply against a dozen Iranians accused of planning the AMIA attack.
Nisman, prosecutor Gerardo Pollicita, who later investigated the case, and Bonadio, who handed down the indictments, said the plan was made after the signing of a secret agreement with Iran for a committee of experts to review the evidence against the accused. the time it was communicated to Interpol that this pact was in force, as indicated by the Nation of Argentina