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Swiss judge: No evidence Menem covered up after '94 terror strike

A Swiss judge investigating bank accounts said to be linked to former Argentine President Carlos Menem said Tuesday she found nothing to support allegations that he took a bribe to shield the perpetrators of a 1994 terrorist bombing in Buenos Aires. “The investigation into that matter has concluded, unless new information is provided,” Judge Christine Junod told EFE, noting she had forwarded the pertinent documents to Argentina and considered the matter closed. Argentine Ambassador Guillermo Gonzalez told EFE he had sent on to Buenos Aires the documents he had received by fax from the Swiss judge, adding that they seemed “fairly complete, with information and evidence.” Full Story

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