Four referents of the self-styled Federal Revolution space were arrested on Thursday as part of a legal case in which they are being investigated for promoting violent actions and even for suggesting the possibility of an attack against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

Those detained during the morning operations were Jonathan Ezequiel Morel, referent and spokesman for the Federal Revolution, and the members of that space Leonardo Franco Sosa and Gastón Ezequiel Guerra, who could be investigated this Friday. The arrests were carried out by order of federal judge Marcelo Martínez de Giorgi in the framework of an investigation that remains under summary secrecy.

In the afternoon, Sabrina Basile, daughter of soccer coach Alfio “Coco” Basile, who was wanted for her ties to the Federal Revolution, surrendered to justice and was transferred to the Airport Security Police (PSA), where she was arrested.