Attack against Cristina Kirchner: a marginal in search of protagonism and hate pontificating on hate

Everything indicates that in the failed attack against Cristina no more happened than what was seen, although many people believe that there is much more than what was seen. They are things from a country full of suspicions and loose incompetents and on top of that in charge of very important things.

What was seen was a vice president unprotected by her custody and by own decisionand a crackpot, lunatic, unbalanced or whatever you want to call it, who he was able to get within inches of her and trigger twice a gun to his head. And she saw Cristina that she does not realize what is happening, like so many others there, and follow her path as if nothing had happened.

Justice has no indication to believe that Fernando Sabag Montiel is a hit man. Either, part a parody mounted by Kirchnerism itself. Sabag Montiel lived in a tavern, he came that day to get a half-Nazi tattoo in Quilmes and used a handicapped trout card to travel. Neither hitman nor actor: a marginal in search of prominence, which appeared a couple of times on Crónica TV. The problem is that that freak was there to kill the vice. Also lost in lifehis girlfriend of a month ago, Brenda Uliarte, of various nicknames and trades, sold cotton candy and pornographic videos that she herself starred in.

Fernando Sabag Montiel, with the gun from the attack. The photo, from a year ago, was found on his cell phone.

There is a lot of protocol to review and officials to change. And a lot of ego to placate, not the one that is enlarged by its own success, but the one used to shrink someone else’s ego. Cristina, whoever sees it, has hers, very large. so much that He had the City surveillance cameras removed in front of his home, as if she were the patron saint of the neighborhood. Through other cameras, the court and the Buenos Aires police, not the Federal Police, located Montiel’s girlfriend on the scene for whose arrest they had to hold a train at the Palermo station.

Lessons can be drawn from this other one as well: Sabag was stopped with a punch by Giraffe Fernández, a member of La Matanza. Already in a patrol car, Sabag began to follow with his foot the rhythm of the slogans sung in the street. Strange guy.

The custody of Cristina, which police officers share with La Cámpora and sometimes with barrabravas and even employees of the union of Walter Correa, Kicillof’s new minister, is as delirious as that of Judge Gallardo removing the City police from the area. Unwittingly, he did Larreta a favor.

Other: the Federal put an inexperienced technician to open Montiel’s cell phone. Failure. The deputy head of the Federal in person had taken the cell phone to court, accompanied by Martín Mena, former number two of the spies and today two of the Ministry of Justice who exerts one in the facts.

What was I supposed to do there? When they failed, someone remembered that the Airport has a more powerful software for these tasks. Enveloped in the same envelope but half open, a corporal transferred the key evidence to the other police, who documented everything in a record. like mena, Alberto Fernández also advanced on the investigation by calling the judge. You know, as acting professor of Law and President, that this is not done.

The worst: the president fomented hate by speaking against hate. He came from talking with Cristina. There are a story infested with lies that all it does is amplify and a manifest and dangerous political use of the attack that a good part of the government did, does and probably still want to do. Similar to a fierce drawing of Télam against journalists: Montiel’s gun loaded with a microphone. Senator Mayans did not spread hate, but he did dismiss democracy and he said out loud what he hears quietly in christianity: “We want peace? Let’s stop the trials of Cristina.”

Magdalena Ruiz Guiñazú, a symbol of democracy and journalism, was the target of Kirchnerist hate messages. She died on Tuesday at the age of 91. Photo Juan Manuel Foglia

Magdalena Ruiz Guiñazú, a symbol of democracy and journalism, was the target of Kirchnerist hate messages. She died on Tuesday at the age of 91. Photo Juan Manuel Foglia

We journalists are here to find out, count and say things that some don’t want us to say. Four years have passed since the death of Julio Blanck. Like so many of us, he had been a militant and journalism did better: it went from defending a point of view to contrasting points of view. He suffered the provocations of Kircherism, such as that of the current president of Public Television, Rosario Lufrano, who attributes to him having said that the media do war journalism. Blanck alluded to the book Diario de Guerra, by a fanatical Kirchnerist.

This Tuesday Magdalena died, a symbol of democracy and journalism, that was planted like few others to the dictatorship. You don’t need praise. He never distributed hate, but they distributed it willingly. She did, among others who say they mourn her death, Hebe de Bonafini (Kirchnerism would never accuse her of hating her), with her false trial against independent journalists. The portraits of these professionals, including that of Magdalena, they were pasted on banners in the Plaza de Mayo for people to spit on.

Attack against Cristina Kirchner: a marginal in search of protagonism and hate pontificating on hate