>> Former Argentine President, Cristina Fernandez, has been charged with treason. According to a court ruling Thursday, a Federal judge asked for the arrest of Fernandez, now a Senator. For trying to cover up Iran's possible role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish Community Center, that killed 85 people.
But before an arrest, Congress would first have to vote to strip Fernandez of parliamentary immunity. Fernandez and her former minister, Héctor Timerman, who was also indicted and put under house arrest, have previously denied wrongdoing. And to reiterate that, the ex-president swiftly called a press conference.>>
> While retracting immunity from Congressional Officials is rare in Argentina, Congress voted in October to do so for Fernando's former Planning Minister, who was arrested for fraud and corruption, which he denies. The crime of treason is punishable by 10 to 25 years in prison, Argentina's maximum sentence.
There's no case, there's no crime, there's no motive.>>