Univision issued a report on December 8, that included clandestine recordings on a complex anti-plot that would have allegedly involved Venezuelan, Cuban and Iranian embassies in Mexico during the years 2006-2008.
In 2007 Acosta was the second secretary of the Venezuelan Embassy in Mexico, at the time a mexican computer expert and professor, JuanCarlos Muñoz, informed her of the possibility of making cyber attacks against U.S. nuclear facilities. The Venezuelan official was quoted as saying she wanted to be aware of the plot and had direct access to counselors to President Hugo Chavez.
According to the report of Univision, Muñoz suggested these attacks to two consecutive Iranian ambassadors in Mexico, Muhammad Roohi Sefat and Muhammad Ghadiri, between 2006 and 2007, with the collaboration of the Cuban embassy in Mexico City.
Acosta Nogales has to leave the U.S. on Tuesday.