The Atlantic: The Extremely Suspicious Death of Victim #86

By Adam Chandler, 22 January 2015

The initial government reports declaring the death of Alberto Nisman to be a suicide arrived suspiciously fast.

For starters, Nisman, a high-ranking Argentine prosecutor, had left no suicide note. More curiously, his cause of … Read More ...

New York Times: Suspicious Death in Argentina

By the New York Times Editorial Board, 21 January 2015

Some Argentines are calling Alberto Nisman, the maverick prosecutor, the 86th casualty of one of the deadliest, unsolved terrorists attacks in modern history: the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community … Read More ...

La Nacion: Preoccupied and anxious in his last hours

By Hernán Cappiello, 20 January 2015

Anxious, in a hurry, concerned but sure of his findings, expansive in his gestures, fast-talking and hyperactive. This is how Alberto Nisman was in his last hours in Puerto Madero and in his office, … Read More ...