Case Ciccone: legal setback for Boudou
December 20, 2012
Vice President Amado Boudou had a new legal setback as the Federal Court rejected calls for annulment in the case Ciccone.
Boudou and his partner José Núñez Carmona had requested the annulment of the testimony of Laura Muñoz, the former wife of Alexander Vandenbroele, denounced as a “figurehead” of the vice president, with the intention of toppling the evidence.
They also requested the annulment of Boudou department raid in Puerto Madero where police found invoices paid by Vandenbroele.
But the House, composed of judges Freiler Eduardo, Jorge Ballestero and Eduardo Farah, rejected the nullity, although the vote was not unanimous as the latter accepted it.