Alberto Nisman did not commit suicide and the AMIA bombing was not 'unsolved'
David Horovitz is certain that Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman did not commit suicide and that the AMIA bombing is not 'unsolved.' We all know who was behind it: Iran and Hezbullah
Perednik despairs at the naivete of anyone
prepared to countenance that a prosecutor who has spent a decade heading
a 30-strong team investigating the worst terror attack ever committed
in Argentina; who has identified the Iranian leaders who ordered it and
had them placed on Interpol watch lists; who has traced and named the
Hezbollah terrorists who carried out the bombing; who has exposed Iran’s
still-active terror networks in South America; and who was about to
detail the alleged efforts of Argentinian President Cristina Fernández
and Foreign Minister Hector Timerman to whitewash Iran’s role — that
this man would choose to take his own life just a few hours before
giving his testimony to a Congressional hearing.
But Nisman was found dead by “self-inflicted”
bullet wound in a locked apartment with no sign of forced entry, the
Argentinian authorities say? Perednik is succinct and withering about
both motivation and capability: Does anyone doubt that a government
capable of whitewashing Iran is capable of producing a dead prosecutor
in a locked apartment? he asks. “In our last conversation, Nisman told
me that his evidence would either force [those top Argentinian leaders]
to flee or send them to jail. He told me, ‘I’m going to put them in
jail.'” Sunday was their last chance to stop him.
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. Argentina has changed an awful lot since the 1970's. Kirchner may not get away with this.
Labels: Alberto Nisman, AMIA truck bombing, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, Hezbullah, Iran, Islamic terrorism