Argentine press assures that Cristina Kirchner’s attacker would have a Chilean father

Argentines woke up in shock this Friday after Vice President Cristina Kirchner miraculously escaped an assassination attempt on her doorstep Thursday night, where an attacker’s loaded pistol failed to fire.

Kirchner, who governed the country between 2007 and 2015, was unharmed because the weapon carried by the aggressor, later identified as the Brazilian citizen Fernando Andres Sabag Montiel35, did not shoot himself despite being loaded with five bullets.

Birth certificate of the Brazilian citizen Fernando Andrés Sabag Montiel. Photo: Argentine Police

According to the Argentine portal Infobae, those who frequented Sabag Montiel knew him by his old nickname, “Tedi”, a boy from Villa del Parque who lived with his father, Fernando, in his house on Terrada street, in Buenos Aires.

The trans-Andean medium reproduced a birth certificate of Sabag Montiel, where it is stated that he was born on January 13, 1987 in Brazil, and that his father’s name is Fernando Ernesto Montiel Araya, a native of Valparaíso. Meanwhile, the mother of the attacker is the Argentine citizen Viviana Beatriz Sabag, a native of Buenos Aires.

CNN Brazil reports that the father of the attacker of the Argentine vice president was the subject of an investigation for expulsion from Brazil in 2020. The process occurred by virtue of the “existence of a criminal conviction issued by the Public Justice against him,” according to reported the Brazilian Federal Police.

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