Fernando André Sabag Montiel, the man who attempted to assassinate Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchnerwas intimidated this Tuesday by the Buenos Aires justice for having distributed and had in his possession for distribution purposes images and videos with content of child sexual exploitation of children under 13 years of age.
The summons was read to him by the head of the Buenos Aires Fiscal Unit Specialized in Computer Crimes and Contraventions, Daniela Dupuy, informed judicial sources that detailed that it was because of the possession for distribution purposes of 119 image files and videos and the distribution of 3 videos, all of children under 13 years of age.
“The Fiscal Unit continues to deepen its investigation and will soon require the case to go to oral and public trial,” informed the sources consulted by this agency.
The summons is the moment in which the accused is read the accusation and is given the possibility of offering a discharge, something that he will be able to do while the investigation lasts.
The case began after the cell phone of Sabag Montiel, kidnapped as part of the case for the assassination attempt, was detected. photos and videos with sexual content involving minors.
It was the federal prosecutor Carlos Rívolo who at the time required Judge María Eugenia Capuchetti to extract testimonies from the information found on Sabag Montiel’s cell phone so that it could be investigated by the Criminal, Misdemeanor and Misdemeanor Justice of the City of Buenos Aires. .
Strictly speaking, the prosecutor had requested that the attacker be investigated for alleged pedophilia, after images of “people who appear to be under eighteen years of age participating in explicit sexual activities” were found on his cell phone, according to the request.