Argentine Federal Judge Marcelo Martínez de Giorgi Thursday approved the indictment of the four leaders of the Revolución Federal (RF) rightwing activist group who were arrested on his orders last week and released by a court of appeals on Tuesday.
A Buenos Aires Federal Court of Appeals Tuesday ordered the release of the members of the rebel group Revolución Federal who have been arrested for alleged incitement to violence.
Argentine Judiciary authorities explained that the members of the Revolución Federal (RF) rebel group arrested last week (Jonathan Morel, Sabrina Basile Gastón Guerra, and Leonardo Sosa) will not be freed for now because they could hinder the investigation and intimidate victims and witnesses.
The leader of the Revolución Federal group linked to the Oct. 11 assassination attempt against Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner denied the allegations in that regard.
Argentina's Airport Security Police (PSA) extended its arresting spree after the detention of Revolución Federal (RF) leader Jonathan Morel in connection with death threats against government officials.