Documents Table of Contents

AMIA Case Report on the Judicial Activity 1994 – 2015
Timeline of Events
Iranian Foreign Minster Javad Zarif letter to Argentina’s Foreign Minister, Jorge Marcelo Faurie, on November 4, 2017 about the status of the red notices.
2017 indictment of Nisman’s IT specialist Diego Lagomarsino, as an accessory to Nisman’s murder.
2017 indictment of Cristina Kirchner and 14 others for Treason and obstruction of justice
AMIA Indictment – October 26, 2006
Memorandum of Understanding – January 27, 2013
Constitutional Challenge to Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) – November 13, 2013
Nisman’s report on Iran’s terrorist networks throughout Latin America- May 29, 2013
Ricardo Saenz Opinion – February 25, 2016
The Criminal Plot – Nisman Complaint – January 14, 2015
Threats to Nisman’s life
Argentine Arrest Warrants
Interpol
Iranians connected to AMIA added to Terrorism Registry
Key Players/ Who’s who?
John F. Kennedy International Airport Terror Plot
US Congress
Video/Audio/ Footage
Third Party Experts
Argentine National Congress
Marking 25 Years Since the Attack 
Argentina designates Hezbollah as a terrorist entity

 


AMIA Case Report on the Judicial Activity 1994 – 2015

  • Causa AMIA: Report on the judicial activity (Informe de lo que actuado 1994-2015)
    • Causa AMIA: Informe de lo que actuado 1994-2015 is the original case report on the judiciary activity written by the legal representative of the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA), Miguel Bronfman. Bronfman has served the AMIA in this capacity since 2008. This document is a resource for the legal community, law enforcement, policy makers, academics and others interested in examining the proceedings of the judicial activity associated with the investigation into the bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center. It includes quotations from testimony of witnesses to the attack; excerpts from judicial reports that were utilized in the investigation, and original documents such as the call logs from coordinators of the bombing prior to the attack.
    • The case report, originally written in Spanish, is in the process of being translated into English. The AMIA Case: Report on the Judicial Activity 1994-2015 (excerpts) document contains the English translation up until page 148. It provides a timeline of the key judicial-related developments since the day of the attack.

Timeline of Events

Iranian Foreign Minster Javad Zarif letter to Argentina’s Foreign Minister, Jorge Marcelo Faurie, on November 4, 2017 about the status of the red notices

2017 indictment of Nisman’s IT specialist Diego Lagomarsino, as an accessory to Nisman’s murder

2017 indictment of Cristina Kirchner and 14 others for Treason and obstruction of justice

AMIA Indictment- 2006 Report

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)– January 27, 2013

Constitutional Challenge to MOU – November 13, 2013

Nisman’s report on Iran’s terrorist networks throughout Latin America – May 29, 2013

The Criminal Plot – Nisman Complaint – January 14, 2015

Ricardo Saenz Opinion – February 25, 2016

Threats to Nisman’s life

Argentine Arrest Warrants

  • Poder Judicial de la Nación – Full Text – November 2006
    • Poder Judicial de la Nación is a Resolution of the Argentine state executed by the Judiciary and the Public Prosecutors’ office which provides explicit evidence of Iranian officials’ participation in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center. Ordered on November 9, 2006 by Federal Judge Rodolfo Canicoba Corral, it documents the evidence that was utilized by Argentine prosecutors Alberto Nisman and Marcelo Martinez Burgos to formally request national and international arrest warrants, along with extradition requests, for each accused Iranian official. These include: Ali Akbar Hashemi Bahramaie Fafsanjani, Ali Fallahijan, Ali Akbar Velayati, Mohsen Rezai, Ahmad Vahidi, Mohsen Rabbani, Ahmad Reza Asghari, Imad Fayez Moughnieh and Hadi Soleimanpour. This document puts forth the evidence that led judge Canicoba Corral to conclude that the accused engaged in manslaughter aggravated by racial or religious hatred, in what is declared for the first time a crime against humanity.

Interpol

  • Ahmad Reza Asghari
  • Ali Fallahijan
  • Mohsen Rabbani
  • Ahmad Vahidi
  • Mohsen Rezai
  • Salman El Reda
    • See also:
      • Rewards For Justice:  Rewards Offer for Information on Hezbollah Key Leader Salman Raouf Salman – U.S. Department of State Rewards for Justice press release offering up to $7 million for information leading to the identification or location of Salman Raouf Salman, also known as Samuel Salman El Reda, currently a key leader of Hezbollah who reportedly played a role in the AMIA bombing – July 19, 2019
      • Treasury Designation of Salman Raouf Salman – U.S. Department of the Treasury press release designating Salman Raouf Salman, a senior member of Hezbollah’s External Security Organization (ESO), which is responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of terrorist attacks outside of Lebanon – July 19, 2019
        • The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control added Salman to the Specially Designated Nationals List pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13224, which targets terrorists and those providing support to terrorists or acts of terrorism.
  • Red Notice Graphic displaying the international travel of eight Iranian suspects, despite having been issued Interpol red notices or international arrest warrants. Those listed are accused of masterminding the AMIA attack but have traveled freely to at least twenty Interpol-member countries.

Iranians connected to AMIA added to Terrorism Registry

  • UIF Resolution #089, contains intelligence information about the Iranians accused of masterminding the attack on the AMIA. This Argentine Intelligence report, put together by the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF), was used to facilitate the government’s addition of these individuals to the Public Registration of Persons and Entities Linked to Acts of Terrorism and its Financing (RePET) – August 6, 2019
    • The report, requested by UFI-AMIA Federal Prosecutor Sebastian Basso, connects the dots between the Iranian suspects and their alleged participation the AMIA attack and orders the freezing of goods and/or money of each of the accused.

Key Figures/ Who’s who?

John F. Kennedy International Airport Terror Plot

US Congress

Invitation to testify before U.S. House of Representatives

Congressional Statements on Nisman’s Death And Argentina’s Investigation

Other Congressional Hearing Testimony

Video/Audio/Footage

Third Party Experts

Argentine National Congress

Marking 25 Years Since the Attack

Argentina designates Hezbollah as a terrorist entity