Ex-Argentine vice president freed

The Associated Press BUENOS AIRES (AP) — An Argentine court has freed former Vice President Amado Boudou from prison where he had been held since early November after being arrested on corruption charges.

Boudou, who served under former President Cristina Fernandez, is still under investigation for alleged money laundering and illicit association.

The court ruled Friday that Boudou, who also served as economy minister under Fernandez, was unlikely to interfere in the case against, which was the original reason he was jailed pending trial. He denies any wrongdoing.Speech

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