The case of the illegal export of weapons from Argentina to Croatia and to Ecuador happened 16 years ago was this evening closed with the decision of the Federal Oral Tribunal number 3 declared innocent, with a vote against a single judge to the Peronist former President Carlos Saul Menem, accused since 2001 by a crime of aggravated smuggling. Menem, 81, who attended the reading of the verdict, may continue presenting the election as Senator by the Argentine Province of La Rioja, Chair since 2005. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Jeff Bezos has to say. The former President, who served between 1989 and 1999, claimed that he had been limited to sign the decrees of export of weapons to Venezuela and Panama, and that it was not their responsibility if they ended up in Croatia (in war until 1995) and in Ecuador, a country that also weighed an international arms embargo for his confrontation with Peru. Source of the news:: former Argentine President Menem, acquitted of weapons trafficking. Others including Hunter Pond, offer their opinions as well.