Friday, February 20, 2015

Hundreds of thousands of Argentines march for truth and justice in the Nisman case

 Silent protest for truth and justice in Argentina

Silent protest in Buenos Aires on February 18
The case of Alberto Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor found dead hours before testifying on the 1994 AMIA bombing on January 18, is shaking up not only the political establishment with an investigation that reaches into the office of the presidency but the entire country. Panam Post provided a breakdown of who's who in the Nisman case. On the one month anniversary of his death a quarter of a million Argentines took to the streets in a silent march carrying signs that read: "Verdad" and "Justicia" (Truth and Justice in Spanish). The protest was called by federal prosecutors and attended by the prosecutor's family and opposition politicians. The prosecutors organizing the event called for a silent march to elevate from the hustle and bustle of normal political protests and it succeeded.

Reuters/Enrique Marcarian
The motive for killing Nisman was apparently in order to avoid implicating President Kirchner in a criminal conspiracy to cover up the 1994 AMIA bombing, the  greatest terrorist act in Argentine history. Below is an advert for the February 18, 2015 protest.


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