جاسوسی، دروغ ،قتل و رد پای رژیم ایران

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خلاصه اینکه مردم  آرژانتین عوامل اطلاعاتی ایران، دستگاه اطلاعاتی آرژانتین و یا هردو را عامل قتل این قاضی میدانند. در این رابطه رئیس جمهور چپگرای کشور،خانم کریستینا فرناندز نیز در مظان اتهام قرار دارد هرچند او پس از مرگ این قاضی در انظار ظاهر شد و اعلام کرد “این” خود کشی نیست و البرتو کشته شده است تا او لکه دارشود.

Marcelo Novillo, whose son Adrian was a victim of a violent crime, cries as he holds up a sign that reads "I am Nisman" in Buenos Airesمارچلو دوویلی؛ پدری که فرزندش را در انفجار  بوئرس آیرس از دست داده است با یک پلاکارت که روی آن نوشته شده ” من یک نیسمان هستم” در برابر دادگاهی که نیسمان در آنجا کار میکرده است تظاهرات میکند

البرتو نیسمان (قاضی آراژانتینی) که قرار بود  اخیراً برای گزارشدهی به کنگره آرژانتین راجع به عمل تروریستی بمب گذاری در مقر یهودیان آرژانتین در ۱۹۹۴ ، در بوئرس آیرس حضور یابد با شلیک یک گلوله به سرش کشته شد و یا اگر بزبان یکی از مقامات روحانی ـ نظامی ـ امنیتی* خودمان که در اشاره ای تلویحی به شکار مخالفین رژیم در خارج بکار برد سخن گوئیم ؛به “تیرغیب” گرفتار شد و از پای درآمد.

ولی گویا این بار رد پای این تیرانداز غیبی در آرژانتین، مشهود تر از آنست که بتوان آنرا ماله کشی کرد و در این عمل تروریستی که برای رد گم کردن یک عمل تروریستی دیگر انجام گرفته، و نشانه های سربازان تیر انداز امام زمانی  دستگاه امنیتی ایران در آن آشکار است.

خبرگزاری روئیترز در اشاره به  مرگ این  قاضی(البرتو نیسمان) که بسیار کوشیده شده است تا بصورت خودکشی جلوه داده شود،  در گزارشی با عنوان: “جاسوسی، دروغ و  مرگ:تراکم رسوایی توطئه  در آرژانتین مینویسد:” البرتو نیسمان شدیداً فعالیت میکرد تا خود را برای گزارش به کنگره آماده کند. او مدعی بود که رئیس جمهور آرژانتین تلاش دارد تا دست داشتن ایران را در ماجرای بمبگذاری درمرکز یهودان بوئرس آیرس ،که به کشته شدن ۸۵ تن در سال ۱۹۹۴ گردید را ماست مالی کند.”

روئیترز ادامه میدهد:” از آن پس او درپرتوی این ماجرا انگشت اتهامات سنگین خود را بسوی رئیس جمهور کشور متوجه کرده بود. دوستانش میگویند او لازم میدانست تا به متقاعد کننده ترین وجهی از پس موضوع در گنگره برآید . این امر از این ناشی میشد که او برای اثبات  نظر خود (دست داشتن ایران در این عمل تروریستی. ح ت) بیش از یک دهه وقت صرف کرده بود و از تشریک مساعی سرویسهای اطلاعاتی کشورهای بسیاری برخوردار گردیده بود.” روئترز مینویسد:” این گزارش دهی به کنگره، یا در حکم پایان کار او و یا آغاز اوج یابی او بعنوان یک قاضی بود.” که یا با آن اوج میگرفت یا زمین میخورد.

آنچنانکه از گزارش روئیترز برمی آید، صحنه سازی قتل که چنان انجام شده تا خود کشی نشان داده شود، آنچنان مشکوک ،تناقض آلود و سوء ظن آفرین میباشد که کمتر کسی را میتواند بفریبد. طبق گزارشات؛ از جمله؛ البرتو  قبل از مرگش  لیستی از فروشگاها را به زنش داده بود تا او برای دوشنبه از آنجا ها خرید کند. او خود اسلحه کمری با جواز رسمی  داشته است در حالیکه طبق سندسازیهای انجام شده ،او چند روز قبل از خود کشی شدنش، یک اسلحه کمری برای دفاع از خود  بخاطر عدم احساس امنیت، خریده است که با همان سلاح هم خودکشی شده است.

خلاصه اینکه مردم  آرژانتین عوامل اطلاعاتی ایران، دستگاه اطلاعاتی آرژانتین و یا هردو را عامل قتل این قاضی میدانند. در این رابطه رئیس جمهور چپگرای کشور،خانم کریستینا فرناندز نیز در مظان اتهام قرار دارد هرچند او پس از مرگ این قاضی در انظار ظاهر شد و اعلام کرد “این” خود کشی نیست و البرتو کشته شده است تا او لکه دارشود.

بنظرنمیرسد که بر این قتل یا ترور،  به آسانی بشود سرپوش گذارد. قاضی رسیدگی به مسئله گفته است با خونسردی قضیه را پیگیری خواهد کرد و تحت تأثیر حرفهای رئیس جمهور هم قرار نخواهد گرفت.

بنظر من احتمال اینکه آلبرتو افراد دیگری را نیز در جریان تحقیقات خود قرار داده باشد کم نیست زیرا این عمل منطقی بنظر میرسیده است. آنچه باید منتظرش بود سنگین تر شدن بسیار بیشتر اتهام دست داشتن ایران در بمب گذاری ۱۹۹۴ بوئرس آیرس است که در صورت ثابت شدن نقش کشور ما در ترور این قاضی ،در شرایط کنونی دنیا و موضوعیت ایران در دیپلماسی  اتمی، ابعادی بسیار وسیعتر بخود خواهد گرفت. باید در این زمینه منتظر بمبهای خبری بود که میتوانند بسیار تکان دهنده باشند.

* چندی پیش یکی از مقامات امنیتی با لحنی کنایه آمیز اظهار داشت که مخالفین رژیم در خارج به تیر غیب گرفتار میشوند و او نام تعدادی از این به تیر غیب گرفتار شدگان را نیز برد. این اظهارات در بیشتر رسانه های داخلی درج شد که من متآسفانه نام آنهار را در حافظه ام ندارم ولی یافتن آن و نام شخصی که این اظهار نظر را کرد آسان است.

Spies, lies and death: plot thickens in Argentine scandal

BY NICOLÁS MISCULIN AND SARAH MARS

BUENOS AIRES Thu Jan 22, 2015 6:52pm EST

Marcelo Novillo, whose son Adrian was a victim of a violent crime, cries as he holds up a sign that reads ”I am Nisman” outside the office of the prosecutor who is investigating the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman in Buenos Aires January 22,

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(Reuters) – Alberto Nisman was working hard to prepare for a congressional hearing on his claim that Argentina’s president tried to whitewash Iran’s alleged involvement in a bombing that killed 85 people, a make-or-break day in his career as prosecutor.

    In the spotlight since leveling his hefty accusations last week, Nisman needed to make a convincing case, based on a decade of work with spy agencies around the world.

    So he put in the extra hours at his Buenos Aires apartment on Saturday. Friends described him as upbeat and determined ahead of his appearance and he was scheduling interviews with journalists for the coming days. He also reportedly wrote up a list of groceries he would ask his maid to buy on Monday.

    But Nisman, 51, never made it to Monday. He was killed by a bullet to the head and his body found on the floor of his bathroom on Sunday night.

Officials initially said he apparently committed suicide with a 22 caliber gun borrowed from a distant colleague, and a source close to the judicial investigation who visited the scene told Reuters there was so much blood that no one could have left it without leaving a trace.

But from day one, most Argentines, including his family and friends, refused to believe Nisman committed suicide. The timing was too suspicious, the circumstances too mysterious, and they say he was simply not that kind of man.

“No one believes the suicide hypothesis,” said one person on Nisman’s investigative team, who declined to be named for fear of repercussions and preferred not to use his cellphone, believing it was tapped.

    “He was very convinced of his ideas and prepared to see them through. He had received threats all his life and it never intimidated him,” he told Reuters.

President Cristina Fernandez has come around to that view, too, saying on Thursday that she was “convinced” it was not a suicide. People had led him astray in his investigation in order to smear her name and then “needed him dead”, she said.

She did not, however, say who ordered his death and no arrests have been made.

The case has convulsed Argentina and set off a storm of conspiracy theories, many pointing at Fernandez herself, Argentine intelligence services, or Iran, or all three.

    Questions abound.

Why would Nisman kill himself on the eve of the hearing in Congress after dedicating years to investigating the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires and believing he was on the cusp of proving a cover-up at the highest levels of government?

    If Nisman was so much under threat as to warrant the police assigning him 10 bodyguards, why was none of them in the building at the time?

    When they could not contact him all of Sunday, why did they wait for his mother to arrive with a spare key in the evening rather than force the door open?

“The causes of the death are not clear … and clarification is today an imperative of maximum priority for all of Argentine society,” the president of the Jewish Association AMIA, Leonardo Jmelnitzky, said at an event in front of the center that was bombed in 1994.

“Once more a family has been destroyed – two girls are without a father, a mother will always cry for her son.”

BORROWED GUN

Instead of vowing to shed light on the matter, Fernandez and her government have been on the defensive, trying to refute Nisman’s claims against her – that she wanted to block his investigation in order to normalize relations with Iran and get access to its oil.

Argentine courts have accused a group of Iranians of planting the bomb at the community center but Iran has always denied any involvement in the attack.

Some have suggested Nisman may have killed himself after realizing his report was based on false evidence. It was met last week with criticism that it relied too heavily on hearsay.

New findings over the past few days have cast doubt over Nisman’s state of mind.

Friends and colleagues say he appeared upbeat. When one asked him via Whatsapp on Saturday afternoon how he was getting on, his response was a photo of piles of documents and highlighters.

To a journalist for Clarin newspaper, Nicolas Winaski, he wrote “Everything will be known, Nicolas, you will see”, saying that he was “calm” and adding a smiley face to his message.

    But that same day, Nisman asked to borrow a gun from a colleague, apparently saying he needed it for self-protection even though media reports say he already had guns registered in his name. The borrowed gun was the one found by his body.

The case keeps taking new twists. While the security ministry originally said it found Nisman’s flat locked from the inside, suggesting he was alone, the locksmith who forced entrance into the flat said the door was merely pulled shut with the keys in the lock.

The prosecutor probing the case has called for patience. She is waiting to talk with Nisman’s doctors and see the results of toxicological and psychopathological checks, and said she would not be influenced by the president’s comments.

“She is free to have an opinion like any citizen,” Viviana Fein said. “I am focused on my investigation, on what I will achieve and discover along with the judge working with me.”

Argentines say they have already waited more than 20 years for answers to the 1994 bombing and they fear justice won’t be done for Nisman either.

Whatever the outcome of the investigation is, the crisis has hurt the leftist Fernandez. While thousands of protesters gathered outside her residence this week, some shouting “murderer”, more sober critics have attacked her handling of the matter.

So far, she has limited her response to rambling Facebook posts.

Nisman’s death has raised serious doubts among Argentines about the intelligence service, the justice system and politics. Many have taken to social media to complain about the state of their country.

Jose Mujica, the outspoken president of the small, neighboring country of Uruguay, said he felt sorry for Argentina and that its justice system needs to clear up the case to maintain “the minimal confidence our societies need”.

(Additional reporting by Maximiliano Rizzi and Hugh Bronstein in Buenos Aires and Malena Castaldi in Montevideo; Writing by Sarah Marsh; Editing by Kieran Murray)

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Israel Urges Argentina to Continue Dead Prosecutor’s Iran Probe

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Israeli foreign ministry expresses ‘sorrow’ over Alberto Nisman’s mysterious death, hours before testifying over alleged gov’t cover-up.

By Arutz Sheva Staff

First Publish: 1/19/2015, 2:29 PM

Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman

Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman
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Israel said it was saddened Monday by the death of the Argentine prosecutor investigating a bloody 1994 Jewish center bombing, and called on Argentina to continue his probe.

“The State of Israel expresses deep sorrow over the tragic death of the special prosecutor investigating the attack on the Jewish community inArgentina (AMIA), Alberto Nisman,” foreign ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said in a statement.

“Nisman, a courageous jurist of high stature and fearless fighter for justice, worked with great determination to expose the attack’s perpetrators and dispatchers,” Nahshon said.

“The State of Israel hopes Argentina’s authorities will continue Nisman’s work, and take every possible effort to bring those behind the Argentina attacks to justice.”

Nisman, 51, was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head in his Buenos Aires apartment overnight, hours before he was to testify at a congressional hearing into cover-up allegations he leveled last week against Argentine President Cristina Kirchner.

Questions over possible foul play have already surfaced over Nisman’s death; the veteran prosecutor had previously told of numerous death threats he had received in connection with his investigation.

He had since 2004 been investigating the 1994 van bombing of offices of the Argentine Jewish Charities Federation (AMIA).

The blast killed 85 people and wounded 300 in the deadliest attack of its kind in the South American country.

Nisman had last week asked for an investigation into possible obstruction by Kirchner, and was due to speak at a congressional hearing Monday to provide evidence of his allegations.

The prosecutor has accused Iran of being behind the attack and said Kirchner hampered his inquiry to curry favor with the Islamic republic.

The government has categorically denied the accusations of a cover-up.

Argentina charges that Lebanese Shia terrorist group Hezbollah carried out the attack on orders from Iran, an accusation strongly denied by Tehran.

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sraeli foreign ministry spokesman: “Exact justice on those responsible for the terrorist attacks in Argentina.

Alberto Nisman

Alberto Nisman . (photo credit:REUTERS)Israel expressed “deep sorrow” Monday at the death of the Argentinian special prosecutor investigating the 1994 terrorist attack on the AMIA Jewish Center in Buenos Aires, adding that it hoped Argentina would continue Alberto Nisman’s work and bring the perpetrators of that attack to justice.

Eighty-five people were killed in that bombing, which was linked to Hezbollah and Iran.Nisman filed a complaint last week against President Cristina Fernandez for having opened a secret back channel to a group of Iranians suspected of planting the bomb, with a view to clearing them so Argentina might trade grains for much-needed oil from the Islamic Republic.

Nisman was scheduled to appear before Argentina’s parliament on Monday to discuss the charges. Just hours before his scheduled appearance he was found dead in his apartment with a gunshot wound to the head, leading some to speculate murder and others to say it was suicide.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nachshon said in a statement that Nisman was a “brave and prominent jurist who fought ceaselessly for justice and worked with great resolve to expose the identities of those who carried out the terrorist attack and those who sent them.”

The statement said Israel hoped that Argentinian authorities “will continue with Nisman’s activities and make every effort to exact justice on those responsible for the terrorist attacks in Argentina.”

Argentine courts have accused Iran of sponsoring the AMIA attack, and Argentine authorities secured Interpol arrest warrants for five Iranians and a Lebanese over the bombing.

A similar attack two years earlier on the Israeli Embassy in the Argentine capital killed 29 people.

Israel-Argentine ties were strained in January 2013 when Buenos Aires and Tehran signed a memorandum of understanding that included a “truth commission” to jointly investigate the bombings, something Israel felt was an attempt to whitewash Iran’s involvement.

Two years earlier, an Argentine newspaper reported that Buenos Aires was willing to stop investigating the bombings in return for improved economic ties with Iran, something the Argentinian authorities vehemently denied.

 

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