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Cristina Kirchner's request to review the prosecutions of members of the Federal Revolution is rejected as "inadmissible"


This is the case that investigates Jonathan Morel, Nilda Basile, Gastón Guerra and Leonardo Sosa, as co-authors of 'incitement to collective violence'.

The Federal Chamber of Buenos Aires rejected this Tuesday

as "inadmissible"

an appeal of the complaint of Vice President Cristina Kirchner to review in a higher instance -Criminal Cassation- the decision to prosecute the members of the "Federal Revolution" group for a crime minor, incitement to collective violence and not by illicit association, as claimed by that party.

The Court of Appeals

rejected the appeal before Cassation of the lawyers of the vice president

, José Manuel Ubeira and Marcos Aldazabal, against the decision of last February 16, in which the prosecution of four defendants was partially confirmed and it was concluded that there was no there was an illicit association.

This is the case that investigates Jonathan Morel, Nilda Basile, Gastón Guerra and Leonardo Sosa, as co-authors of

"incitement to collective violence"

, according to the new classification of the crime adopted by the Chamber in that decision.

The vice president's complaint

called for prosecutions for a more serious crime, illicit association

, something that had been resolved by the judge in the case, Marcelo Martínez De Giorgi, but that was revoked by the chambermaids Leopoldo Bruglia, Mariano Llorens and Pablo Bertuzzi.

When presenting the appeal to reach Cassation, the country's highest federal criminal court, the complaint argued that "the decision adopted causes a wrong that cannot be further repaired because, since the criminal figures analyzed are so diverse, it is forbidden to the possibility of requesting a trial and accusing the defendants of forming an illegal association to impose their ideas in a violent and undemocratic manner".

One of the founders of the Federal Revolution group, Jonathan Morel.

"Likewise, he described the sentence as arbitrary in terms of the analysis of the criminal type and said that an erroneous application of the substantive law was carried out in a case of institutional gravity," as stated in the resolution.

The judges of the Court of Appeals also rejected an appeal by the defendant Sabrina Basile, against the prosecution that was confirmed for "incitement to collective violence."

Chamber I of the Federal Chamber of Buenos Aires declared the appeals "inadmissible" because they failed to "prove the existence of a tax of impossible or late subsequent repair that would allow -by way of exception- to grant the invoked procedural remedy".

The four defendants had been arrested at the beginning of the investigation but were later released by order of the Federal Chamber.

The members of this group were targeted by Justice after Brenda Uliarte, a partner of Fernando Sabag Montiel, participated in the assassination attempt on Vice President Cristina Kirchner on September 1. 

In 2022, the comptroller of the Federal Intelligence Agency (AFI), Agustín Rossi, filed a complaint to investigate the audio recordings of a two-hour discussion forum on the Federal Revolution, which they carried out on Twitter on August 26. , where one of its leaders, Jonathan Morel, would incite to kill Cristina Kirchner.

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Source: clarin

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