Wall Street Journal: A Quarter-Million Argentines Protest Prosecutor’s Death

By Juan Forero and Taos Turner, 19 February 2015

A quarter of a million Argentines marched in silence under driving rain Wednesday to honor a prosecutor they believe gave his life last month for investigating a deadly 1994 terrorist bombing.

The march along one of this elegant city’s iconic thoroughfares, Avenida de Mayo, organized by fellow prosecutors incensed over how the government has handled the death of Alberto Nisman, drew not only investigators and judges but also students, plumbers and the late prosecutor’s grieving family. They were brought together by their conviction that Mr. Nisman’s death was not a suicide, as an official autopsy determined, but an assassination.

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