In the framework of investigation for alleged threats against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in which three leaders of the movement called the Federal Revolution were arrestedToday, the Airport Security Police raided the house of former Argentine National Team manager Alfio “Coco” Basile in search of his daughter Sabrina.

At the moment, the degree of involvement that Sabrina has in the case that federal judge Marcelo Martinez de Giorgi and prosecutor Gerardo Pollicita have ahead is unknown. The cause is due to threats that were made on social networks but also through live broadcasts.

Senator Oscar Parrili accused Basile of being part of the Federal Revolution and of having participated in “several acts of violence and public intimidation,” in the presentation in which he asked federal judge Daniel Rafecas to unify the case for threatening the head of the Front of All in front of the Patria Institute on July 21. The magistrate denied this request.