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The partner of Cristina Fernández's attacker: "I ordered Cristina to be killed, she did not come out because she went inside"


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The partner of Cristina Fernández's attacker: "I ordered Cristina to be killed, she did not come out because she went inside"


The partner of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner's attacker, Brena Uliarte, sent a message to her friend Agustina Díaz, detained since Wednesday, in which she claimed that she had had the Argentine vice president killed.

"I had Cristina killed, she didn't come out because she went inside," says a Whatsapp message that Uliarte sent to Díaz on August 27, five days before the attack, according to the judicial file of Díaz's arrest -- the third person in police custody in the case--, as reported by the Télam agency.

That same day, Uliarte assured Díaz that he would become "San Martín", since he was going to act so that the former president of Argentina would be killed.

"I ordered Vice Cristina to be killed. She didn't come out because she went inside. I swear I had a row there. The liberals already have me rotten going to become revolutionaries with torches in Plaza de Mayo. Enough talking, you have to act. I sent a guy to kill Cristi (sic)," said Uliarte, according to 'Clarín'.

Conversations in this tone had begun long before the assassination attempt on September 1, and would continue until after the Brazilian Fernando Sabag Montiel held the gun against Fernández de Kirchner's head and the bullet did not come out.

"Che, but what's up that he missed the shot? Didn't he practice before or did the adrenaline of the moment fail him? Where are you? Wouldn't it be convenient for you to go home? (sic)", Díaz asked Uliarte on September 2, after the failed attack on the vice president.

The conversations between Brenda Uliarte and Agustina Díaz, charged with the assassination attempt on Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, reveal that they had planned the attack and that they had failed in a previous attempt.

Fernández was attacked on September 1 near her home in Buenos Aires, when she was greeting a group of supporters. The assailant, Fernando Sabag Montial, pulled the trigger of a pistol a few centimeters from the vice president's face, but it did not fire.

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