In the neighborhood of Villa Crespo, which is populated by many Jews in Buenos Aires, the citizens woke up this morning to find the streets covered with signs saying “A good Jew is a dead Jew – Nisman is a good Jew”.
Alberto Nisman is the former prosecutor in the AMIA case, who was found dead in his apartment a couple of weeks ago, after he blamed Argentina’s president and its foreign minister of allegedly reaching a settlement with Iran to end the Argentinian investigation of its terrorist attack in the country on July 18, 1994, in exchange for oil and for Iranian investments in Argentina.
Nisman was found dead hours before his planned arrival to the state’s congress in order to present the findings of his investigation. The first to report on the alleged murder is a Jewish-Argentinian journalist, who quickly fled the country and immigrated to Israel after, according to him, Argentinian intelligence agencies started tracing him.
(Credit: Radio Jai)