On 18th January, 2015, special prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead in his apartment. The following day he was due to speak before Congress to provide details of the explosive allegations he had made against the government in the previous week. Nisman accused the president and high-ranking officials of covering up Iran’s involvement in the 1994 AMIA bombing, Argentina’s worst ever terrorist attack.
His case was later dismissed by a number of judges, but a year later the mystery of his death has still not been solved. Was it a suicide, or was he killed? The Indy spoke to lawyer and journalist Facundo Pastor, author of a book investigating Nisman’s life and final days, about the mysterious case.
Camera & Editing: Natalia Cartney and Rodrigo Llauro
Presenter: Peter Lykke Lind