Prosecutor Alberto Nisman prepared a report – and arrest warrant – based on evidence of these charges in 2015.
The day before appearing in front of Argentina’s congress to represent his detailed report on the AMIA bombing, police found Nisman dead of a gunshot wound to the head.
Prosecutor Alberto Nisman had found evidence tying the perpetrators of the attack to the Iranian government and secured six Interpol “red alerts” against his suspects.
After Nisman’s death, police found a draft arrest warrant for Kirchner.
Judge Bonadio has also called for the arrest of several members of Kirchner’s government who allegedly worked to secure the deal with Iran.