Alberto Nisman, 51, was found dead in his apartment on January 18 with a single gunshot wound to the head and no suicide note. It was hours before he was due to testify to Congress about the President’s role in allegedly covering up details of a 1994 bombing at a Jewish centre which killed 85 people and injured 200.
Lead investigator in the case of Mr Nisman’s death Viviana Fein confirmed the 26-page draft document calling for the arrest of President Kirchner and foreign minister Hector Timerman was found in the rubbish at Mr Nisman’s apartment.
Says assassination linked to 1992 Israeli embassy bombing
During a radio interview to be aired Sunday night, former Mossad chief Shabtai Shavit suggested Iran may have “directly or indirectly” murdered an Argentine prosecutor who threatened the blow the lid off Iran’s involvement in a pair of deadly bombings in Buenos Aires.
In a transcript of Shavit’s interview obtained by WND and scheduled to air on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on New York’s AM 970 The Answer, the former Israeli intelligence chief said his years of experience lead him to suspect Iran is behind the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman. Continue reading