Five days before he is found dead, Alberto Nisman abruptly cut short his family holiday to return to Buenos Aires. There, he filed a 300 page report accusing President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and her chancellor, Héctor Timerman, of covering up Iran’s involvement in the AMIA attack.
His accusations cause a media storm around the world. Claiming he is being threatened, Nisman borrows a gun from his colleague, Diego Lagomarsino, and shuts himself in his house. A few hours before he was due testify and present his evidence before Argentina’s National Congress, Nisman is found dead.
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