Via Mary O’Grady,
experts find Nisman was murdered:https://t.co/Zmm7szlAxk
— MaryAnastasiaO'Grady (@MaryAnastasiaOG) September 20, 2017
The official report from a team of forensic experts states that prosecutor Alberto Nisman was murdered. He was first beaten by two people and drugged with ketamine, which had not been previously detected.
Among the injuries from the beating, Nisman’s nose was broken.
According to the report, Nisman died at 2AM on Sunday, January 18, 2015 in the bathroom of his apartment.
Twenty-eight experts in different areas, from ballistics to psychology, determined that Nisman was murdered by a shot to the head, and that the murderer (or murderers) then attempted to cover their tracks at the scene of the crime, according to a report in the Argentine news site Infobae.
[link to Infobae article in Spanish]
The report also highlighted that only two footprints belonging to Nisman were found in his Puerto Madero apartment. This finding is inconsistent with Nisman’s activities on previous days, suggesting that the suspect or suspects carefully cleaned Nisman’s apartment before they left to cover any tracks.
Lastly, experts explained that the position and angle of the gunshot are not compatible with that of a self-inflicted wound, making it physically impossible for Nisman to have committed suicide that way.
The report was submitted to prosecutor Eduardo Taiano, now in charge of the case.
Nisman: the Gendarmeria Boffins Report (emphasis added)
Taiano has requested that Ercolini order a reconstruction of the murder in Nisman’s actual flat. The flat has long since been rented out to someone else. The someone else in question doesn’t have any choice about cooperating with a federal judge but the paperwork might take time. What will happen then is that the gendarmes will act out their hypothesis with Ercolini and his staff present. It’ll be filmed as well. So when that’s done and not before Ercolini will decide whether he accepts the report of the gendarmeria experts.