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Montevideo, January 24th 2022 - 02:14 UTC
Following the arrests of four people, authorities in Argentina have uncovered how a former president may have used bribe money to buy U.S. properties, including luxury condos in New York City and South Florida. Read full article
Great to see the hangman is laying down plenty of rope.
Tick, tock, tick, tock...
Militant judge Claudio Bonadio must be salivating at the prospect of becoming minister if he does a good job and eliminates CFK, who just like Lula da Silva in Brazil, is the candidate with most vote intentions in Argentina.
Meanwhile, revelations found in Panama Papers about offshore accounts belonging to Mauricio Macri are anything but forgotten by the Argentina judiciary and their friendly media.
Judge Bonadio won’t be the only one salivating “... if he does a good job and eliminates CFK...” (that’s a bit 70s and 80s Enrique but whatever); I suspect lots of people will like to see her pay. I’ll be delighted when it happens also because she tried her hardest to hurt us during her reign of corruption.
Militant judge Claudio Bonadio is increasingly in trouble as a result of illegal procedures he used during testimony of those named in the famous notebooks public works bribes affair.
The owner of the newspaper Perfil, Jorge Fontevecchia, said in an interview with Clarin journalist Carlos Pagni that Bonadio pressured entrepreneurs into naming Cristina Fernandez.
However, when the business men began to elaborate, the judge stopped them saying he wasn't interested in learning other names -- just Cristina's.
Bonadio has been questioned for other illegal maneuvers, such as preventing Cristina's lawyer from being lawfully present during a search warrant on her property.
Tanto va el cántaro a la fuente...
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