She told reporters outside the court that Marci regime is using the two terrorist attacks to pressure the opposition leaders and trying to destroy country’s friendly relations with Iran, Venezuela and Cuba.
Last week, former foreign minister Hector Timerman (Jew), who is accused along with Kirchner and other former government officials, refused to answer questions from the judge. Instead, he presented a 160-page statement in which he denied that he had a secret meeting in Aleppo, Syria, to negotiate the agreement with Iran. It said the pact was meant to advance the AMIA investigation.
Argentina witnessed Israeli terrorism before the Americans had their 9/11, British their 7/7 and Indian their 26/11. Israel’s embassy in Buenos Aires was bombed in 1992, followed by the AMIA Jewish Mutual building in 1994 in Buenos Aires. Both bombing were blamed on Iran and Lebanese Islamic Resistance Hizbullah without any evidence (watch video below).
For the last 25 years, Israel and the organized Jewry have been trying desperately to blame country’s two former presidents, Carlos Menem (1989-97), born into Syrian Christian immigrant family, and Cristina Kirchner (2007-2015) for shielding Iran and Hizbullah – accused of killing 85 people as result of the two terrorist attacks.
In 2015, president Cristina Kirchner got sick of Jewish blame game after she was accused of being involved in the murder of Jew prosecutor Alberto Nisman, and announced closing further investigation to satisfy the organized Jewry.
Pro-Israel president Mauricio Marci reopened the investigation in 2016 in a bid to blame Iran for the two Israeli false flags.
In 2015, Jewish lobby SWC blasted Luis Barrionuevo, head of Argentine Blue and White CGT union, over calling country’s Minister of the Economy, professor Axel Kicillof, a Marxist Jew – the little Russian.
Argentina is world’s eighth largest country of 44 million including 500,000 Muslims and 300,000 Jews. There is a Holocaust Museum in Buenos Aires. Father Jorge Bergoglio (Pope Francis) was a frequent visitor to the AMIA building and the Holocaust Museum.