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Cristina Fernandez and “the K money route”, judge asks for further information

Monday, November 12th 2018 - 07:36 UTC
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Argentine federal Judge Sebastian Casanello ruled lack of admissible evidence in the case involving ex president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and referred to the alleged laundering of money from public works contracts during the Kirchner couple's rule (2003/2015), better known as “the route of the K money”. Read full article


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  • Enrique Massot

    One down.

    Thanks to one of the few remaining independent judges, harsh reality has knocked at the door of thunderstruck Macri government officials, who expected to keep parading “corrupt” Kirchner government officials as a way to offer the people circus while bread is absent.

    The “the route of the K money” was coined by Jorge Lanata, a journalist downgraded to a role of a paid propagandist who concocted an array of false denunciations against the Kirchners.

    The Lazaro Baez court case does not contain any element incriminating the Kirchners, as per judge Casanello's ruling.

    As for the remaining six cases against Cristina, don't hold your breath. They will end up where they should be, that is in the basket. Another story, however, will be around Mauricio Macri and his “best team of the last 50 years,” once judges become free to investigate.

    Starting with the Macri Group and the Argentine Post affair and continuing with dirty money funding the Cambiemos campaign, judges will have a field day tracking true, easy-to-prove, unprecedented corruption cases involving the current government.

    Hey, as the Argentine economy goes down, money is going somewhere, and some are lining their pockets big time.

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