Domestic spying: Prefecture agents raided the Chief of the Army’s offices
With a court order, at least fifty agents of the Naval Prefecture Argentina presented themselves at the Libertador Building, headquarters of the Argentine Army, to comply with the order to raid the office of Lieutenant General César Milani and hijack computers and equipment that may be relevant for the case.
The complaint was initiated by Sen. Radical Civic Union Gerardo Morales, who reported domestic spying.
Also several journalists were alleged spied, included Daniel Santoro, Clarín journalist.
Gerardo Morales claimed to have “specific information in the Edificio Libertador of a situation room on the seventh floor, where they are performing tasks domestic intelligence clandestinely.”