Yesterday, Prosecutor Germán Moldes appealed the decision by a separate Appeals court to not re-open the case. Bonadio has also summoned former Foreign ministers and diplomatic officials for testimony and has rejected requests from Timerman’s lawyers to close the case. Bonadio has accepted that Luis Czyzewski and Mario Averbuch, fathers to two of the AMIA victims, be considered as plaintiffs in the case. The complaint carried out by Prosecutor Nisman was dismissed ab initio, without any evidence measures being considered. Defence lawyers for Timerman had argued that no two judges should both rule on the same set of events, recalling language in the appeals court ruling that confirmed Rafecas’ decision not to open the Nisman complaint.