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Argentina: Kirchner reverses herself; Says Nisman death 'not a suicide'
American Thinker ^
| Rick Moran
Posted on 01/23/2015 7:04:44 AM PST by SeekAndFind
Argentina President Cristina Kirchner reversed her government's position on the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, saying now that his death was not a suicide.
The reversal comes as evidence gathered by Nisman proving that the government covered up Iranian involvement in the 1994 suicide bombing of a Jewish community center was released.on Thursday. Kirchner is saying that Nisman was killed to discredit her government and that the prosecutor was "misled" by people posing as intelligence agents who fed him wrong information.
Jewish Business News:
Kirchner, after flip-flopping on the suicide theory, is now trying to convince the public that Nisman was duped by people whom he wrongfully thought were intelligence agents and who gave him false information.
Kirchner is acting the part of a concerned woman who feels sorry for Nisman for being misled by people who she says were trying to act against the government, used Nisman for their own purposes, and then finished him off when they had no more use for him.
How delightful. At least she no longer believes Nisman killed himself. It’s the bad people who did it.
Earlier this week, a locksmith debunked the theory that it must have been a suicide because the bathroom door was locked. He said the service door to the late prosecutor’s apartment was closed but unlocked.
Government prosecutor Viviana Fein said that the locksmith was mistaken, insisting that the service door of Alberto Nisman’s apartment was locked when his mother and the bodyguards arrived, the Buenos Aires Herald reported.
Fein explained the different versions by pointing out that there were two locks on the service door and that Nisman’s mother had unlocked one of them before the locksmith arrived.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: albertonisman; argentina; cristinafernandez; cristinakirchner; hectortimerman; hezbollah; iran; israel; kirchner; lebanon; murder; nicaragua; nisman; venezuela
Let me guess... she won’t rest until she finds the real killer(s).
posted on 01/23/2015 7:09:57 AM PST
by Dr. Sivana
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THey’ll put Eric Holder on that case.
posted on 01/23/2015 7:14:44 AM PST
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posted on 01/23/2015 7:15:47 AM PST
Is there ANY country in South America that isn’t rotten and corrupt??
Killing the prosecutor generally will result in people assuming he was on to something. Come on Argentina, you should have called the Democrats. They could have taught you their techniques to keep him alive but destroy his reputation so even if his evidence is iron clad nobody will listen to him.
posted on 01/23/2015 7:26:09 AM PST
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posted on 01/23/2015 7:30:49 AM PST
by DJ MacWoW
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Is there ANY country in South America that isnt rotten and corrupt??
You being from Canada, I presume you take 'South America' as any country being south of the Canadian border.
In which case the answer to your question is 'No'.
posted on 01/23/2015 7:55:38 AM PST
by El Cid
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So why would their President be involved in the decision in calling this a murder or suicide? Just how corrupt is that autocracy anyways?
posted on 01/23/2015 9:01:24 AM PST
I can’t think of one, but I guess French Guiana would be the least but does it count since it is officially part of a European country?
posted on 01/23/2015 9:03:02 AM PST
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