Antonio Stiuso accuses Cristina Fernadez's administration is linked to the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman
ARCHIVO - En esta fotografía de archivo del 18 de marzo de 2015 manifestantes sostienen imágenes del fallecido fiscal argentino Alberto Nisman durante un acto para exigir justicia más de un mes después de su muerte. Un fiscal dictaminó el jueves 25 de febrero de 2016 que la muerte de Nisman fue un asesinato. (Foto AP/Natacha Pisarenko archivo),
02 of March 2016 13:38:01
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentina's most famous spymaster says he thinks a prosecutor investigating the country's worst terrorist attack was killed by people linked to the government of former President Cristina Fernandez.The attorney for Antonio Stiuso says his client made the statement to a[caption id="attachment_3292" align="alignright" width="300"] Cristina Fernández in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photo: The Associated Press/Natacha Pisarenko[/caption]local judge this week.But lawyer Santiago Blanco said Wednesday that Stiuso doesn't have "direct proof" that prosecutor Alberto Nisman was killed.Fernandez has implied that Stiuso himself might have had something to do with the death — also without evidence.[caption id="attachment_3293" align="alignleft" width="300"] Alberto Nisman, the prosecutor investigating the 1994 bombing of the Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association community center, in Buenos Aires. Photo: The Associated Press/Natacha Pisarenko[/caption]Stiuso assisted Nisman's investigation of the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. He was found dead of a gunshot on Jan. 18, 2015.Before his death, Nisman accused Fernandez of helping Iranian officials hide Iran's alleged role in the bombing. The case against Fernandez was later thrown out.