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The true role of the “fixers” between Iran and Argentina denounced by Nisman

In this Infobae article, Martín Dinatale delves into the continuously evolving and highly contentious international mystery that is the research findings and death of the late Argentine prosecutor: Alberto Nisman. While exploring the concept of “fixers” and “super fixers”, Dinatale details the role that the Islamic Republic of Iran played in the highly controversial Memorandum of Understanding, and the ensuing alleged cover up by former Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. In this riveting article on international powers influencing Latin American politics, cultural centers and industry, there is no shortage of intrigue surrounding a series of events spanning more than two decades. Who was Alberto Nisman? Who were these Iranian “fixers,” and what were they doing in Argentina? There is plenty to learn in this article.

 

Read the whole article, and uncover a story shrouded in mystery here.

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Treason and Iran in Buenos Aires

In this podcast for The John Batchelor Show, Malcolm Hoenlein interviews Joseph Humire regarding the ongoing murder investigation of the late Alberto Nisman. Nisman, the former Argentine lawyer who worked as a federal prosecutor charged with investigating the 1994 car bombing of the Jewish center in Buenos Aires, was mysteriously found dead from a single gunshot to the head the day before he was set to testify in court against the former President of Argentina Cristina Kirchner. Kirchner, who is currently still under investigation for allegedly covering up the 1994 car bombing and committing treason, denies any involvement, and claims that the narrative is being told to undermine Argentine political stability.

 

For the full interview between Hoenlein and Humire, click here.