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Argentina : Pretrial Detention of ex-president Cristina Fernández

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posted on Dec, 21 2017 @ 09:52 PM
We have Hillary, Argentina has Cristina. Same school. She tried to cover the Iranian suspects of the AMIA(Argentine Israelite Mutual Association) terrorist attack in 1994, where 85 people were killed.

Raw translation :

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 a-la-AMIA.html

I found another source (English) :
edit on 21-12-2017 by Trueman because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 22 2017 @ 04:44 AM
a reply to: Trueman

At least she's being held accountable.

How about Obama and how he shut down operations meant to thwart Hezbollah (terror group) from drug and gun running in order to succeed in the Iran Nuclear Deal? No repercussions whatsoever it would seem for that. In fact, he's praised by the globalists and many Americans alike for being "a great leader" even though he left the world more divided and war torn than before.

See Libya, Yemen, Syria.. also, Fast & the Furious Scandal, bailing out the bankers, being subservient to lobbyists and Monsanto (even while Michelle brags that her family only eats organic....)

Funny how our country and others "in the club" don't seem to ever be held accountable and yet in places like Argentina, sometimes there is a glimmer of justice.

posted on Dec, 22 2017 @ 06:36 AM
a reply to: FamCore

Don't forget Egypt, Somalia, Tunisia, Pakistan, and even Ukraine.

posted on Dec, 22 2017 @ 07:26 AM
a reply to: muzzleflash

Thank you for the reminder - the list is so long I can't even keep track. Sickening that he is praised by the ignorant and brainwashed masses..

posted on Dec, 22 2017 @ 07:40 AM
a reply to: FamCore

He's black. If you criticize him you're automatically racist.

posted on Dec, 22 2017 @ 09:19 AM
a reply to: FamCore


There is no way to take any one President or figure within the US power structure, to task for these sorts of behaviours, purely because all of them, bar perhaps Jimmy Carter, did things which were at least as bad, and in some cases worse. The military industrial complex and your government, are inextricably linked, which means that without collapsing both, you cannot rid yourself of the predatory behaviour of either, whichever it is you think to be the most dangerous, the most evil of the two.

Going after Obama over his actions in the foreign affairs and intelligence spheres, without going after all the Presidents who came before him, and all the intelligence men and women who have worked to promote the proxy war via back channels, and all the private backers in the arms industry, in the PMC industry and others, would be like trying to treat the common cold with a decongestant tablet, but not attacking the virus at all.

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