March 20, 2015 | Business Insider
Dead Argentine Prosecutor Was Zeroing in on a Terror Threat to the Entire Western Hemisphere
As days go by, the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman — who was found dead in his locked apartment two months ago — becomes murkier in his home country. But in the US it appears to be coming into focus.
Testimonies from journalists and government officials suggest that before he died Nisman was about to detail Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner’s hand in hiding the perpetrators of a 1994 Buenos Aires terrorist attack.
Tony Badran, a research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains what Suleimani, head of the foreign arm of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps, meant by this:
“When he talks about exporting the Islamic Revolution, Suleimani is referring to a very specific template.
“It’s the template that the Khomeinist revolutionaries first set up in Lebanon 36 years ago by cloning the various instruments that were burgeoning in Iran as the Islamic revolutionary regime consolidated its power.”
And now, according to reporting from Veja and Nisman, Iran and Hezbollah have been attempting the same in Latin America.
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