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The Argentine Court of Appeals resolved this Friday to grant a request for the complaint by Vice President Cristina Fernández and allow the cell phones, which are already in the hands of Justice, to be examined from July 1 to December 1, 2022.


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In previous hearings, the two advisers of the PRO (macrismo) deputy Gerardo Milman, admitted that they had changed their device and deleted information.

This is the case that investigates the assassination attempt of Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner on September 1. Both women were next to the Macrista deputy when a witness heard him say "when they kill her, I'll be on my way to the coast."

The Court of Appeals revoked a decision by federal judge María Eugenia Capuchetti, who had denied the claim, and ordered the "extension of the proposed time period" so that the information extracted from both telephones already delivered to Justice is analyzed from from July 1 to December 1, 2022.

According to the judicial resolution, the expert opinion must be carried out "as the complaint itself has suggested, under precise jurisdictional control and the Public Prosecutor's Office and with the restriction of absolute confidentiality of all information that is not strictly related to the case." .

In this way, the Court revoked a decision by Judge María Eugenia Capuchetti, who had determined that the analysis of both telephones should be carried out on the days after August 30, 2022, the date on which, according to a witness, Milman would have referred in a bar in front of both advisors to a future attack against the vice president, which occurred two days later.

Cristina Fernández de Kircher was the object of an attack on September 1, although it was not successful.

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