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Two Years Ago — Who Killed Argentina Prosecutor Alberto Nisman? And Why?

“I am not going to speculate because I do not know who killed him but, yes, there are possibly ‘dark forces’ at work in this country.” Horacio Verbitzky — Argentina’s most prominent journalist and human rights campaigner A political scandal has … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Bombing of the Israel Embassy in Buenos Aires (March 17 1992)

“Over the next few weeks, every Argentine seemed to have an opinion about how Nisman had died; the case became the Latin-American equivalent of the J.F.K. assassination, grist for conspiracy theories involving spies and foreign governments and conniving politicians. Posters … Continue reading

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On This Day — Argentina Prosecutor Alberto Nisman Is Suicided (December 5 1963 – January 18 2015)

“Over the next few weeks, every Argentine seemed to have an opinion about how Nisman had died; the case became the Latin-American equivalent of the J.F.K. assassination, grist for conspiracy theories involving spies and foreign governments and conniving politicians. Posters … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Operation CONDOR : New Documents Declassified by US Government

“The issues are much too important for the Chilean voters to be left to decide for themselves.” Henry Kissinger “Kissinger deserves prosecution for war crimes, for crimes against humanity, and for offenses against common or customary or international law, including … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Who Was Murdered Argentina Prosecutor’s Top Witness?

“With regard to Mesbahi, I have never heard the name until reading it in your article. I have no idea who he is but guess the defense must have heard of him and wonder why he was not a key … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Who Killed Argentina Prosecutor Alberto Nisman? And Why?

“I am not going to speculate because I do not know who killed him but, yes, there are possibly ‘dark forces’ at work in this country.” Horacio Verbitzky — Argentina’s most prominent journalist and human rights campaigner A political scandal has … Continue reading

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Remembering Argentina Prosecutor Alberto Nisman (December 5 1963 – January 18 2015)

“Over the next few weeks, every Argentine seemed to have an opinion about how Nisman had died; the case became the Latin-American equivalent of the J.F.K. assassination, grist for conspiracy theories involving spies and foreign governments and conniving politicians. Posters … Continue reading

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Argentina — Who Was Murdered Prosecutor’s Top Witness?

“With regard to Mesbahi, I have never heard the name until reading it in your article. I have no idea who he is but guess the defense must have heard of him and wonder why he was not a key … Continue reading

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Argentina — Who Killed Alberto Nisman?

“I am not going to speculate because I do not know who killed him but, yes, there are possibly ‘dark forces’ at work in this country.” Horacio Verbitzky — Argentina’s most prominent journalist and human rights campaigner. A political scandal has … Continue reading

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This Day in History: February 27

“There is nothing new in the world except the history you do not know.” Harry S Truman Here are some ‘Intelligence-related’ events that occurred on a February 27. Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today

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