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 death⎯a gunshot to head⎯had no exit wound, giving rise to the theory that he had been shot from a distance. Next, a forensics analysis of his body determined that there were no traces of gunpowder on Nisman’s fingers, constituting yet another red flag. Then, contrary to reports, a locksmith said he had found a hidden service door that had been left open when he was first called to Nisman’s apartment.

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