Argentine Judge Confirms All Of Paul Singer’s Suspicions About Argentine Legal System

His arch-nemesis, Cristina Kirchner, doesn't have to worry about those pesky criminal allegations anymore.
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How would like to be on the Supreme Court, baby?

The Elliott Management chief will just have to keep doing everything himself now that a Buenos Aires judge has taken President Cristina Kirchner off the hook for a 20-year-old coverup.

An Argentine judge on Thursday dismissed the criminal allegations against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner that had been brought by Alberto Nisman, a prosecutor who had accused her of conspiring to shield Iranian officials from responsibility for the deadly bombing of a Jewish community center here in 1994….

In a 63-page document released on Thursday detailing his decision, Mr. Rafecas said that the allegations did not “minimally hold up.”

Argentine Judge Rejects Criminal Case Against President [NYT]


Paul Singer Can’t Wait To Write Next Investor Letter

Short of having his arch-nemesis—Argentine President Cristina Kirchner—show up at his apartment on her knees in a sackcloth, carrying a letter of resignation and certified check for $1.7 billion, this week could hardly have gone better for Elliott Management’s Paul Singer, thanks to El Presidente.