Luis D´Elia fueled the controversy over “the gang of copitos” after denouncing the head of the group. The leader belonging to Kirchnerismalmost three weeks after the attempted murder of Cristina Kirchnerassured that three hours before the fact had a severe argument with Gabriel Carrizo, the one pointed out as the head of the gang. He claimed that he insulted him and physically assaulted him.

The leader of MILES was in charge of adding more tension to the cause that has the vice president as a victim after being pointed at with a gun near her home. On Channel 9, Luis D’Elia recounted a fact that until now remained anonymous. He admitted that he was attacked by one of the defendants, Gabriel Carrizo, head of “the gang of copitos.”

«Three hours before the attack, in Rivadavia and Rincón, one of the defendants insulted me for two and a half blocks. At the corner of Paso and Rivadavia he punched me in front of a lot of people and left“confessed the leader. He confirmed that he will appear in court to make the corresponding claim against Carrizo.

Although he dared to expose the event three weeks after the attack on Cristina Kirchner, the referent of the Federation of Land, Housing and Habitat asserted that «who is going to turn what happened into a criminal complaint». She added that she has witnesses and that they are two women. One is a psychologist and the other an English translator. She then pointed out the violent actions of the detainee for being a participant in the attack on the former President.

«Two and a half blocks away he yelled at me “thief”, “delinquent, because of me I hadn’t had a job for ten years. A guy I’ve never seen in my life. It was the same day of the attack, two or three hours before“, he reiterated. As a closing, she attacked the opposition and accused it of being part of the Justice that persecutes Peronist leaders: “They are part of lawfare,” she sentenced.

Source: Elintransigente

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