The department owned by Cristina Kirchner in Recoleta is where the police are operating tonightl. Judge Claudio Bonadio ordered the PFA to remove 31 paintings from the property located at the intersection of Uruguay and Juncal. Artworks, worth 4 million dollars, it has been left not translated from the raids that took place last August in the context of the cause of K's bribery.
A police source is indicated for Infobae that the procedure lasted about two hours and that the material was delivered by the former President's secretary. Four troop brigades participated in the operation.
The attack on the CFK department took place on August 23 and lasted around 13 hours. There are also procedures at Río Gallegos and in El Calafate, in the province of Santa Cruz.
The move was ratified by the Senate unanimously, after the former head of state raised a series of demands with the intention of conditioning Bonadio.
"At the behest of judge (Claudio) Bonadio, I was forced to retire from home and thus prevented me, as a lawyer, from controlling the trial," he said at the time.
Report: Martín Candalaft