Ex Spanish Judge and human rights advocate Baltasar Garzón has assured that “the Argentine government has nothing to do” with the death of AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman. He added that the Executive and the officials involved in Nisman’s complaint were “the most affected by his death.”
Iran’s charge d'affaires in Buenos Aires Ahmad Reza Kheirmand denied the existence of the “parallel diplomacy” denounced by deceased AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman who accused the Kirchnerite administration of plotting to cover up the 1994 attack on the Jewish community centre.• Iran says it has 'nothing to do' with Nisman’s death
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BuenosAiresHerald.com journalist Damián Pachter, the first to break the news of the death of AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman on Twitter last Sunday, has left the country because he reportedly feared for his life.
Special prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s mysterious death last week has pushed the country’s intelligence agencies out of the darkness as those supposed to work in the shadows suddenly find themselves in the spotlight.
Prosecutor Viviana Fein, who investigates the death of Alberto Nisman, confirmed that, according to the autopsy on his body, the bullet that killed him was shot less than a centimeter away.
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