The referent of Federal Revolution Jonathan Morel expanded on Monday his investigative statement in the case in which he is prosecuted for alleged "instigation to collective violence", in relation to the activities of his group, and before the press said he had "absolutely" nothing to do with the attack on Vice President Cristina Kirchner.
Morel arrived in Comodoro Py to comply with the procedure before Judge Marcelo Martínez De Giorgi, who summoned him at the request of prosecutor Gerardo Pollicita before new charges for other behaviors during protests of his group, which could be framed in the crime for which he is already prosecuted without preventive detention, according to judicial sources.
"This is the only case in which I am, with the attack (on Cristina) I have nothing to do, absolutely nothing, and this would already be proven," Morel told the press before entering the courts, when asked about any alleged link with the attempted assassination of the Vice President on September 1.
Morel is prosecuted in another criminal case that investigates Revolución Federal along with other members of that group – Sabrina Basile, Leonardo Sosa and Gastón Guerra – for alleged "instigation to collective violence."
Sabag Montiel, the author of the attack against Vice President Cristina Kirchner.
The case for the attempted murder of the Vice President is being processed in another court, in charge of Judge María Eugenia Capuchetti and there are three detainees: the material author of the failed shot, Fernando Sabag Montiel, his girlfriend Brenda Uliarte and Gabriel Carrizo.
In relation to the new facts for which he was summoned in the case in charge of Martínez De Giorgi, Morel denied knowing two legislators who are accused of having scrutinized and also denied having uttered threatening phrases against Victoria Donda.
"It amazes me how the truth is not sought and nothing but the truth. They wanted to kill you and they want to use it for profit; I can't understand it," he said at the door of the Courts before the press, about the attempted murder of the Vice.
The defendant maintained that his statements "were always public manifestations due to a political and social context. There are cases in which I could regret, but not regret but rethink the forms, maybe I was unintelligent in the forms, but what I think I think, I am sincere, maybe I said it wrong, "he said.
Morel is prosecuted without preventive detention for "incitement to collective violence" and the prosecutor Pollicita expanded the accusation, for which he was summoned again to exercise his right to defense for "other behaviors", such as uttering threatening phrases on July 4 of last year to two legislators of the Frente de Todos (FdT) and the former minister and current mayor of Avellaneda, Jorge Ferraresi, in the vicinity of the Casa Rosada, on the day of Silvina Batakis' swearing-in as Minister of Economy
Among the new episodes linked to this crime, Morel was charged with "having uttered threatening phrases against Maia Daer and Claudia Neira, both legislators of the city of Buenos Aires for the FdT coalition, as well as against Ferraresi, former Minister of the Nation and current mayor of Avellaneda."