Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner received a death threat yesterday afternoon, through a telephone call to the 911 line made from the city of La Plata. Given this, the federal judge María Eugenia Capuchetti, who is investigating the assassination attempt, decided to reinforce the custody of the president.

Prosecutor Carlos Rívolo also intervenes in the case for the attack on Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. Meanwhile, Fernando Sabag Montiel, who triggered the president, is charged and detained, as is his partner, Brenda Uliarte.

The Justice detected a series of messages extracted from Brenda Uliarte’s cell phone that made it possible to detect that a group of people had already tried to assassinate the former President of the Nation twice. In this context, a friend of the young woman whose last name is Díaz was recently arrested.

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