Former Argentinian vice-president freed from jail
The former vice-president of Argentina has been freed from jail after a court ruled that he’s not likely to interfere in a corruption case against him.
Amado Boudou, who also served as the economy minister under President Cristina Fernandez, was arrested late last year for money laundering and racketeering.
He was put in jail because there were fears that he might meddle in the case.
Hedenies any wrongdoings and said the justice system “committed an abuse” by jailing him.