Attack on the vice president: they transferred the detainees to maximum security prisons

Friday, September 23, 2022 | 7:48 p.m.

The four detainees for the attack on Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, which occurred on Thursday, September 1, in front of her apartment in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Recoleta, were transferred to maximum security prisons, as confirmed to Télam by the inspector of the Federal Penitentiary Service ( SPF), Maria Laura Garrigós.

The decision to transfer the detainees was resolved in the last hours by federal judge number 5, María Eugenia Capuchetti, who is in charge of the file for the attack against the vice president.

“For the crime they are accused of, all of them will be housed in maximum security prisons,” Garrigós told Télam, who confirmed that “just like any detainee, the four will be interviewed by specialists, they must undergo medical examinations and recently there it will be decided in which pavilion they are housed”.

“An analysis must be made, a prognosis according to age, the level of acceptance of each one of them,” explained the SPF intervener, who also added that “the places of accommodation will be resolved once it is evaluated where there is space available.

Garrigós told Télam that, as planned since the start of the pandemic, all prisoners who enter the prison service “must serve a seven-day isolation period.”

The transfers were carried out in a coordinated manner by personnel from the Airport Security Police and the City Police, as confirmed by sources in the investigation.

The transfers were filmed by the authorities and in one of the videos Sabag Montiel can be seen saying to the police officers who are transferring him, “Bye, guys, thanks.”

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