21 Nov 2022 5:11 p.m

By Maria Mueller

The investigations into the background to the assassination attempt on Argentina’s Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner bring astonishing things to light. Fernando Sabag Montiel, who was arrested at the scene with a gun in his hand, was not a lone perpetrator. He belonged to a neo-fascist organization, the “Federal Revolution”. Tattoos of Ukrainian neo-Nazi symbols cover his arms and hands. But there are other parallels.

The chats between the accomplices and supporters of the assassination prove the role of the neo-Nazi organization Federal Revolution in the preparations for the assassination. They also showed videos of hate speech and calls for the assassination of Argentina’s President Alberto Fernández, Vice President Kirchner and her son Máximo Kirchner on their Cafecito app. The latter is considered the political head of the Peronist youth organization La Cámpora.

The examining magistrate María Capuchetti has since been rejected for bias. The more the protagonists in the background of events come to light, the clearer the panorama of a long-prepared political attempt at a coup emerges.

Neo-fascist torchlight processions to order, price depending on the number of participants

One particularly explosive detail received little attention from the Argentine and international media, although it points to a relationship with the business model of the international neo-Nazis, particularly well-known from Ukraine. Some may remember that demonstrators on Maidan Square begged the police to be allowed to take part in the occupation in private, as they were paid $100 a day for it. The photos of the many torchlight processions with the Hitler salute from this region are partly from such purchased campaigns, they do not correspond to their true percentage in the population, as contemporary witnesses asserted. Paid protests also played a major role in the “color revolutions” in the Middle East and are now reappearing increasingly in the Russian sphere of influence. The parallels speak to one of the CIA’s picture book methods.

They can also be found in the organization’s self-depictions

The advert on the Federal Revolution’s Cafecito app speaks for itself. A user reposted them on Twitter, along with additional information about the organization’s funding. Literally:

“In addition to the money received from the Caputo group, the Federal Revolution asked for money through their app Cafecito. So eg 2,000 US dollars for a ‘pot-banging rally’, for a demo with ’20 torches and banging pots’, $3,000 and for a ‘Assembly in front of a politician’s house with 30 torches’ or for a ‘horde of torches’ for $5,000. The contact is @C5N.”

Almost a million dollars from ex-president Mauricio Macri’s finance minister

During the investigation into the assassination, it emerged that Jonathan Morel, the leader of the Federal Revolution, had received approximately $850,000 from a company linked financially to Luis Caputo, Macri’s former Treasury Secretary, and Nicolás Caputo, the former President’s best friend connected is. Nicolás Caputo was even Honorary Consul in China during Macri’s tenure.

During the trial, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner asked that the Caputo brothers’ financing of the organization be disclosed. The contributions of Macri’s former finance minister’s company to the Nazi organization are “no coincidence”. The examining magistrate Capuchetti ordered a search of the Caputo family’s headquarters. But no evidence was found for the alleged carpentry work for the company, with which Jonathan Morel justified the high sums. (He has no trade title.)

Call for Kirchner’s murder at an anti-government demonstration

The leader of the Federal Revolution made a name for himself inciting political violence. He brought a wooden guillotine to an anti-government demonstration. She carried a sign asking for the vice president to be executed. Judge Capuchetti only arrested suspects Jonathan Morel, Leonardo Sosa, Gastón Guerra and Sabrina Basile on October 20 (seven weeks after the crime). All, however, denied any connection with the assassination – and the coroner believed them.

Late arrest and early release of suspects

She separated their trial from the main proceedings of the assassination and released her on November 3rd. The victim of the assassination attempt, Vice President Kirchner, had unsuccessfully applied for the suspects to be included in the main proceedings. The incriminating chats in the group and the previous findings are not sufficient evidence, according to the judge, who did not investigate further.

In this way, today only three people remain in custody and are charged with the attempted murder: Fernando Sabag Montiel as the main perpetrator; his girlfriend Brenda Uliarte, accused of organizing and instigating the attack; and Gabriel Carrizo, an alleged sideline participant.

The girlfriend of the main perpetrator, Brenda Uliarte, whose presence at the crime scene and time was determined by cameras, is made largely responsible for its preparation together with other members of the organization on the basis of numerous indications. However, Uliarte was able to return to her apartment undisturbed after the crime and also leave it again to try to escape. Despite the – inactive – police guard, this was only prevented by the timely intervention of a justice secretary. Examining magistrate Capuchetti delayed the arrest warrant by a good 20 hours.

Examining magistrate dismissed for bias

Maria Capuchetti, who was rejected by Kirchner on November 15 because of bias, has a special connection to ex-President Macri. Here is the application for rejection in the original text.

He promoted her to judge during his tenure and transferred her to the position where she is now investigating the assassination. She had previously visited the Agencia Federal de Inteligencia (AFI) of then-President Macri six times outside of her professional responsibilities – without official justification (visitor registration).

Sister of the Coroner at Macris Intelligence Headquarters

Argentina's President speaks of an assassination attempt on Kirchner

According to Parliament’s bicameral commission for oversight of intelligence services, Capuchetti’s sister “worked in the interception area of ​​the Counterintelligence Directorate during the same period that illegal espionage was being carried out against Peronist politicians”.

Former President Macri is jointly accused of illegal espionage against employees of the think tank “Institut Patria” founded by Kirchner – (Cámara Federal de la Plata, Sala I, 17 de diciembre 2020, incidente FLP 5056/2020/11/CA4, caratulado: Legajo N° 11).

The lawyers for the vice president, José Manuel Ubeira and Marcos Aldazabal, write in their 37-page petition for bias that all of this reinforces the suspicion that the investigating judge was working “in connection with people who, according to the indictment (of the above-mentioned procedure, note) are guilty of criminal offenses prescribed against Cristina Kirchner”.

Macri occupied the judges’ chamber with foresight

The release of the four suspected members of the neo-Nazi group is thanks to Macri’s forward planning. During his government he had three judges from his closest circle of friends by presidential decree heave to the side of Judge Capuchetti and thus created an unbeatable team at the head of Argentina’s Federal Court of Justice.

They are Leopoldo Bruglia and Pablo Bertuzzi. Both belonged to other courts. The process is considered unconstitutional because the transfers would have had to be approved by the Senate of Parliament to be valid, which was not done.

Another judge in the league is personally close friends with Macri. Judge Mariano Llorens met Macri frequently at government offices and privately and is part of the football team that regularly meets at the Macris estate (not only) athletically active.

Other club members are prosecutors in the Kirchner case.

Trial of Argentina's Vice President: A Plot by Ex-President Mauricio Macri, Part 2

This means that the four senior judges in the Kirchner assassination inquiry owe their professional careers to former President Macri and/or are close friends of his. No wonder they were able to push through the resolution to release four neo-Nazi suspects in the assassination despite objections from judge Marcelo Martínez de Giorgi, who voted against the release.

A scenario for an attempted coup that had been prepared for many years

The whole thing turned out to be a carefully constructed political scenario that would culminate in the assassination of the Peronist left-wing government leader, thereby ending their political influence. This was served by the multi-year legal and media smear campaign of an endless, inconclusive investigation into corruption against the Vice President – ​​which turned out to be a big bluff, at least until today. The associated character assassination of Kirchner was intended to promote an aggressive change in political mood in the population as a basis for a coup from the right. An assassination attempt against the top government would then have justified a coup d’etat as “inevitable” in order to restore “law and order”. This can only happen with the consent of an international geopolitical power.

The combination of (social) media, justice and terrorism has also deposed several elected presidents in Latin America over the past ten years or prevented them from standing for elections.

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