Argentine court indicts two more involved in attack on Cristina Kirchner

A vice-presidente, Cristina Kirchner, durante ataque na Recoleta, bairro nobre de Buenos Aires.
The vice president, Cristina Kirchner, during an attack in Recoleta, an upscale neighborhood of Buenos Aires.

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The Justice of Argentina indicted this Friday () young Nicolás Carrizo and Agustina Díaz as “secondary participants” of the common plan with the other two detainees for the attack, to kill vice president Cristina Kirchner, on September 1st.

Federal judge María Eugenia Capuchetti ordered the preventive detention of these individuals, as she did with the other indictees, Fernando Sabag Montiel and his girlfriend, Brenda Uliarte, who are accused of “co-authorship” of the attack.

Already Agustina Díaz, from 21 years old and a friend of Uliarte, is accused of having participated “by providing her agreement and cooperation” in planning the attack. Nicolás Carrizo, 27, known as the head of the “band of copitos”, a group to which the Brazilian and his girlfriend also belonged, is accused of “actively” intervening in the planning of the attack, providing a firearm that ended up not being used.

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