An international plot is a blow for the Argentine government

After a federal prosecutor was found dead, his presumed suicide exposed a true international operation that may have involved Argentine authorities as high as the president. The probe may also signal the beginning of a “clean hands” new start for the country "at the end of the world."

Santiago, Chile People hold up signs during a peaceful demonstration honouring late Argentine state investigator Alberto Nisman outside the Argentina Embassy in Santiago February 18, 2015. The signs read,
Former Iranian government members, the Interpol, Argentina’s presidency and the Lebanese Hezbollah, all play a role in the investigation that landed also at the United Nations and on the desk of John Kerry, the US Secretary of State. At stake are the Argentine justice and justice for the 85 victims of a terrorist attack.

Rewind to the first chapter: Iran’s involvement of in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires. “The Argentine Justice [of every grade, including the Supreme Court],” wrote federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman who died in unexplained circumstances, “established that the decision to commit an attack on AMIA’s facility, the implementation of the attack, and the entrusting of its execution to the Lebanese Hezbollah terrorist organization lay with the highest Iranian authorities.”

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