A prosecutor denounces Bonafini and asks ‘over custody to the Court’
January 9, 2013
The general prosecutor Diego Nicholson denounced Hebe de Bonafini, President of mothers of Plaza de Mayo, for ‘threatening the Supreme Court judges’.
Yesterday, the denunciation of Nicholson, which went to the federal court of Sebastian Ramos, requesting “a special custody in the Palace of justice provided for judges of the Supreme Court” and stressed that: “we cannot overlooked silence that senior officials have been saved” and that: ” President Cristina Kirchner hasn’t done any reference”, or even a call to attention.
The Prosecutor said that: “Bonafini must have felt protected and challenging assumption strengthened, since except for deputies and senators call for moderation, prudence has anyone in the Executive Branch had and even require a totally opposite behaviour.
He also suggested that judge Ramos, “If that is the complaint fiscal impulse, free trade to power National Executive to make ordering Federal Police involvement of police personnel numerically necessary for effectively guarding each one of the entrances to the courthouse. The objective would prevent any excesses encouraged by Bonafini attitude.”