The Federal Prosecutor of Argentina Alberto Nisman, investigating the terrorist attack at the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires (AMIA), was killed by two attackers who beat him, drugged with ketamine and imitated thus suicide.
This is evidenced by the report prepared by the judicial investigators of the border guard of the country (policemen) who coordinated a multidisciplinary team of judicial investigators, as well as representatives of the families of Nisman and Lagomarsino.
This document was published on Friday a Federal judge Julian Ercolini, and the Prosecutor Eduardo Taiano leading the case. Prime suspect named employee of the tech Lagomarsino Diego, writes on 24 September, the Jewish news Agency JTA.
In January 2015 Lagomarsino claimed came to the apartment to Nisman and handed him the .22 pistol – ostensibly in gratitude for «once upon a time» service. A few hours later, Nisman was found dead. In his skull pathologists found a bullet in the gun, released the «zero distance».
A recent toxicology report on the body found traces of violence, and drug ketamine, used by veterinarians for anesthesia of animals.
The newspaper La Nacion reports that Lagomarsino all this time was under covert surveillance – it is suspected of trying to evade justice.
We will note that Prosecutor Eduardo Taiano investigating the murder, receives a letter containing threats of physical violence.
Recall that in January 2015, Nisman was found dead in his apartment. The special police investigator who checked out the evidence from the scene, came to the conclusion that Nisman shot in the head, and it was not a suicide, as stated in the beginning. The widow of the deceased also said earlier that her husband was killed, and blamed Iran.
The incident occurred the day before the congressional hearing, where the Prosecutor had intended to produce documents to back up his accusations against Argentine President Cristina fernández de Kirchner, foreign Minister Hector Timerman and other high-ranking officials.
Nisman accused them of secret negotiations with Iran regarding the evasion from the issuance of the court responsible for the attacks in Buenos Aires in the 1990-ies in exchange for Iranian oil and weapons.
On 18 July 1994 an unknown assailant blew up the car near the building of the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, which killed 85 people, 330 others injured. Argentine prosecutors concluded that the attack was Iran and Hezbollah, however, under pressure of President Carlos Menem local law enforcement delay the investigation for ten years.