1. The locksmith called to open Alberto Nisman’s door on Sunday asserts that the service door to the apartment was unlocked,
“Anyone could have opened it.”
2. Investigators found another means of access to the apartment through a hallway where the air-conditioners are located, with a door that leads to the apartment. They found a fingerprint and a footprint.
3. Spain’s El País published a PDF file of the civil complaint Nisman filed last week. The Kirchner regime released it to the public following popular outcry.
4. Last week Nisman transferred for safekeeping 330 CDs containing evidence to another person for safekeeping
5. Alberto Nisman will be buried at the Jewish cemetery, and not in the section reserved for those who have committed suicide, according to this report from Brazil’s R7 (link in Brazilian Portuguese).
In the Jewish faith, suicide is considered a sin against the Creator, and people who take their lives are buried in a separate area. However, Rabbi Ioni Shalom stated,
“I don’t believe he will be buried in the suicide section, because it is not certain that he did indeed commit suicide. And even if that were the case, he may have done so to protect someone, his family or even the whole [Jewish] community, since he was subjected to enormous threats – and that would be a noble attitude”
Both major Argentinian Jewish associations, AMIA (Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina) and DAIA (Delegación de Asociaciones Israelitas Argentinas), are working to have Nisman buried near the victims of the 1994 attack.
Read also my post The curious case of the dead Argentinian prosecutor UPDATED summarizing all the findings so far.