Fabián Gutiérrez, ex-secretary to Cristina Kirchner has disappeared from his house, where blood stains have now been found, according to the police. Four men have also been detained in relation to the disappearance.
What stands out here is the fact that Gutierrez had turned state witness in the notebook scandal and was therefore in a position to talk, apparently.
His suspiciously acquired wealth speaks for itself. He became close to the Kirchners in 2005 as a messenger and rose through the ranks right up to the Casa Rosada as CFK's secretary, having accumulated 36 houses, about 30-odd luxury cars and boats, numerous businesses, millions in cash and construction firms.
The fact that he was talking or about to talk, should raise suspicions and alarm bells, not to mention the spectre of Alberto Nisman, murdered for similar reasons.
He has now been found dead.