May 19, 2013
CFK bites back at AMIA, requests report on possible ‘third attack’
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner bit back at the criticisms made by the head of the AMIA Jewish community –Guillermo Borges- over the agreement made with Iran to create a truth commission and sustained that “the people and the Judiciary deserve to know” about a possible third terrorist attack.
“I consider Borger to be a respectable person. What could he possibly have up his sleeve to make such an affirmation? If there were to be a terrorist attack because of the agreement with Iran, who would be the intellectual and physical mastermind,” the Argentine head of state asked, by way of her personal Twitter account today.
From Río Gallegos, where she travelled to spend the long weekend, Fernández de Kirchner added that “it’s clear that it could never be the signatory countries,” then questioning, “could it be those who have rejected the agreement? Countries, people, or intelligence services? Who?”
“I think that the Argentine people and the Judiciary in particular deserve to know what Guillermo Borger, the head of the AMIA knows.”