While in Cuba, Argentine VP Indicted for Shady Deals

Sunday, June 29, 2014
Last Friday, an Argentine judge charged Vice President Amado Boudou with bribery and conducting business incompatible with public office in the acquisition of the company that prints the country's currency and of later benefiting from government contracts.

According to AP, Boudou is accused of using shell companies and secret middlemen to gain control of the company that was given contracts to print the Argentine peso and campaign material.

He was in Cuba, on an official visit, when the indictment was published.

Boudou's cozy picture (below) this weekend with Castro regime official, Miguel Diaz-Canel, is worth 1,000 words.