In today’s WSJ:
New Twist in Death of Argentine Prosecutor Alberto Nisman
Officials probe whether someone logged onto prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s computer after his mysterious death
The WSJ calls it “mysterious death,” I call it murder.
Kejal Vyas reports,
The new development in a case that has roiled Argentina since Mr. Nisman’s death in January is being investigated by Viviana Fein, the prosecutor who is trying to determine if the 51-year-old killed himself or was the victim of foul play. Mr. Nisman’s Samsung laptop logged the input of up to three flash drives just after 8 p.m., Ms. Fein told Argentine media on Monday, some hours after a .22-caliber Bersa was held to his head and discharged.
Investigators are looking into whether the computer—which contained data from his investigation of Iran’s suspected role in a 1994 terror bombing in Argentina—was accessed locally or remotely and whether its time registry could have been changed.
Here’s the mind-boggling video shown in Jorge Lanata’s show,
Vyals also mentions,
A new book by Mr. Nisman’s cousin, Andrea Garfunkel, launched fresh accusations that the late prosecutor was killed because of his investigation into the 1994 bombing. Ms. Garfunkel highlights irregularities regarding the findings at Mr. Nisman’s home. She notes the unused pajamas found near his bed, which she says suggests he may have died the night before investigators found him.
The book, In memoriam, is available for Kindle from Amazon in Spanish.