Finally some justice happening…
Argentina judge orders arrest of ex-president Cristina Kirchner for ‘covering up Iranian involvement in a 1994 bombing at a Buenos Aires Jewish center that left 85 people dead’
- Kirchner allegedly signed a deal with Tehran over bombing of a Jewish centre
- Alleged deal gave Iranian suspects immunity in exchange for Iranian oil
- Kirchner, 64, had two four-year terms as President from 2007-2015
- Facing trial in several other cases involving corruption and money-laundering
A judge in Argentina yesterday ordered the arrest of former president Cristina Kirchner on charges of ‘treason against the fatherland.’
She is accused of covering up Iranian involvement in a 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires that left 85 people dead.
No culprits have ever been found for the country’s worst terror attack.
Kirchner allegedly offered immunity to Iranian suspects in exchange for Iranian oil.