Beyond the Cusp

January 20, 2015

The Death of Alberto Nisman

 

Alberto Nisman’s death will go down as a suicide and no real and driven investigation will ever be launched to prove otherwise. He had been given the task of looking into things which nobody wanted to be searched through competently. Alberto Nisman had reached dead ends in much of his attempt to prosecute those who had been behind the 1994 bombing of the Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association (AMIA) which had left 85 people dead and 300 others injured, predominantly Jews though there were also Christians who were employed and worked in the building and were amongst those struck, in the worst attack of its kind in the South American country. Alberto Nisman had traced the culpability back to Hezballah and Iranian influence but was facing opposition to getting exact information about accomplices and other involvements. He had recently alleged some of the blame for obstruction on the offices and person of President Cristina Kirchner, never a wise step when investigating things wanted buried. In an interview from a few days ago Alberto Nisman had said the investigation against Kirchner was “likely to kill me,” how prophetic. Often such Freudian slips where people state their fears in a mocking fashion or as a passing comment are very revealing and this mostly ignored comment during an interview may have indicated some deeply held fears for his life by Alberto Nisman. Alberto Nisman accused former president Carlos Menem of also obstructing the investigation into the bombing. The bombing came two years after an attack against the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires which has also not been fully investigated and had leads back to Hezballah and Iran.

 

This repetitive referencing of Hezballah and Iran of conducting such attacks within Buenos Aires, Argentina might appear to be a stretch but actually is not that difficult to believe. What is seldom mentioned by news reports is the fact that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRCG) and Hezballah, basically an offshoot division located and semi-controlling the country of Lebanon, have a base of operations deep in South America. In a small town in the ‘tri-borders’ town South America perched right on the borders of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay is neglected by the law enforcement and security forces of each nations with each claiming the town is the responsibility of the other two thus avoiding what would likely become a small war zone should they actually attempt any actions. The top officers and many of the trainers are from the elite IRGC unit known as the Quds Force of Iran. These forces have been reported to train the enforcers for the Mexican drug cartels in exchange for their assistance in infiltrating forces and sleeper cells into the United States. The attempt to assassinate the Saudi ambassador residing in Washington D.C. was also linked back to having origins in this nefarious little area. Many of the top leadership throughout the Iranian government have at some point in their lives had ties to this area or to Iranian offices in South American nations such as Mohsen Rabbani who was the cultural attaché of the Iranian embassy in Buenos Aires. He has since moved on to head the Oriental Thought Cultural Institute in Qom, Iran, an office where he can recruit top people to become leading members of the forces charged with spreading the “cultural revolution” which brought the Ayatollahs to power in Iran elsewhere around the world. A more visceral definition would be that they are charged with executing attacks deemed desirable by the Iranian leadership around the world. It is for this reason plus covert training that the tri-border region facility is tasked to facilitate any actions in the Americas and the western continental areas.

 

The people, forces and organizational arrays which Alberto Nisman was charged with investigating were very powerful and stretched all the way back to some people very high in the Iranian government even to members and leaders in their parliament. We are speaking of people who have a very long reach and had proven to be capable of operating in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which was part of the reason there were crimes to be investigated. This might lead one to form some wild theories which would be dismissed as originating from insane ideas from beyond the cusp of sanity to explain the death of 51 year old Alberto Nisman from a gunshot wound to his 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. Nothing suspicious about such an obvious suicide, let’s move on after taking the appropriate amount of time to pay our respects and honor this dedicated public servant and show our regrets to this loss. Needless to say, but we will most definitely find others to carry on his work in this investigation but they will be starting with the handicap of not knowing all the thoughts and suspicions which Alberto Nisman took with him to his grave. Such a loss will be hard to take with his investigation leading to who knows where and now having to retrace steps and try to digest years of dedicated and sometimes, we admit, far reaching and uncomfortable boundaries which had been crossed by an intrepid and dedicated man who would investigate every lead regardless as to whom it may have implied to have been connected to those awful bombings at the two largest and most central Jewish entities in Buenos Aires, the Israeli embassy and the Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association. Alberto Nisman will be missed and we fear that there will not be anyone who will be capable of filling his shoes to continue his work. I will pray for whoever is chosen to continue these investigations and hope they have half the temerity when it comes to following every lead regardless of who it offends, implicates or incriminates. Justice will be served only should the ensuing continuation of Alberto Nisman’s work makes those very same people uncomfortable and the full truth be revealed in the finality of the investigations.

 

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  1. […] his death would be classified as a suicide and never investigated in our January 20, 2015, article The Death of Alberto Nisman. Though a prosecutorial team was assigned to investigate his untimely death and the circumstances […]

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