16 July 2015
By Luciana Bertoia
Investigators who are trying to solve the mysterious death of Alberto Nisman are increasingly looking into the possibility that the special AMIA prosecutor was pressured into committing suicide.
Despite this increased focus though, prosecutor Viviana Fein — who is in charge of the investigation into the death of her colleague — has not been able to find any threat against the prosecutor appointed in 2004 to investigate the country’s deadliest terrorist attack, the AMIA Jewish community centre bombing that killed 85 people in 1994.
Still, the lead investigator in the Nisman case believes more evidence can be collected from Nisman’s phones and computers, which are being examined by the Metropolitan Police and results are expected in a month, sources told the Herald yesterday.