This cash deposit in an account of a businessman who financed the FPV. An explosive report from the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) has revealed new and suspicious movements of money millionaires around the election campaign of Cristina Kirchner, 2007. The most doubtful is a series of cash contributions totaling 2,800,000 to Nestor Lorenzo, owner of the drugstore San Javier and arrested in the case involving the drug mafia, made between October and November 2007 in your account current in a frontline private bank, judicial sources revealed to Clarin.The presidential election was on October 28 that year. What attracts attention of the researchers is that the deposit was in cash rather than checks as is usual practice among companies. This characteristic is linked to the reports according to which part of the campaign funding K of 2007 would come from funds set aside from the SIDE.This silver then black would have been bleached by figureheads of Lorenzo who made donations to the campaign checks K. Indeed, that version the investigating Judge Maria Servini de Cubria election The report is in the tax unit in charge of fiscal AML Plee Raul and other prosecutors and judges involved in the cause of the mafia and its related stresses as suspects, for example, three checks provided by Carlos Torres, the figurehead of Lorenzo , the Front for Victory and a journalists’ union for 325,000, 696,000 and 320,301 pesos, respectively.