To be fair, the posters against Christina Kirchner helped attack the vice president.

To be fair, the posters against Christina Kirchner helped attack the vice president.

To be fair, the posters against Christina Kirchner helped attack the vice president.

The Criminal Chamber referred the case to the Federal Court; A resident of Recoleta would be the one who ordered the posters accusing Kirchner of being a “murderer”; The conflict has not yet been resolved

One of the posters features the face of Vice President Christina Kirchner, along with insults and accusations.
One of the posters features the face of Vice President Christina Kirchner, along with insults and accusations.

Sent by the Criminal Chamber Federal justice of Comodoro Py 2002 case in which a neighbor Recoleta Because he allegedly ordered hundreds of stickers Posters against Christina Kirchner in which he was named as “killer” Sputnik cites coronavirus to pick Russian vaccines and delays arrival of Pfizer vaccines.

Judge of the Chamber of Crimes Mariano ScottoAt the request of Christina Kirchner’s lawyer, who appeared as the plaintiff, i.e. the victim in the case, decided that “from the collected evidence it is possible to conclude that the investigated maneuver is related to the person who ordered the posting of posters with the aim of shocking and influencing public opinion and society in general, in reference to the above authority, so that there can be no doubt that the conduct described was intended Attack on the Vice President and its function in the national government’.

for the chambermaid, “Provided that the investigated events are related to the delay in the performance of the plaintiff’s function. [de vicepresidenta] The continuation of the investigation is in the extraordinary justice [federal]”.

Mrs. Lillian Melham who lives Recoletawho is defended by lawyer Matais Kuneo, will be – for justice – who Ordered and paid for posters against the Vice President. The investigative prosecutor’s office tracked down the printer and the job orderers. This reason was caused by the vice-president and Melham demanded to be released from prison.

At one point, a similar complaint was investigated by the federal judiciary, in the hands of Judge Sebastian Casanello, who delegated it to the Georgia prosecutor’s office. Alejandra Mangano. But the prosecutor understood that the intervention of ordinary justice should continue.

But now, the Criminal Chamber has taken the case to the federal level. The options now are that the judge will send the case back to Prosecutor Mangano and he reopens the investigation, or that he understands it may be related to a broader federal case, or that a jurisdictional conflict arises again and he must decide Supreme Court of Justice.

Ms Melham’s parents died in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus. Father, Eduardo Melhempassed away November 7, 2020 Eleven days after Covid-19 and his mother, known as Nene. Melhem participated “Hiking the Stones” which commemorated the victims of the pandemic but was also a protest against the government’s handling of the health crisis.

The clue that led to the woman’s name was a statement from an Uber driver, who told authorities he had been hired to deliver a package of money to a printer who produced the posters.

The driver, aged around 25, was found after his car was caught on camera feeding money to the printer. The data was searched in the motor property register and his house was ransacked. When the police went to look for him, he said the lady had hired him and handed over his cell phone.

Messages from his phone led to his client being found. Reason is currently investigating the crime of public intimidation.

Source: La Nacion

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