Re the Jan. 21 article Mystery surrounds death of Argentine prosecutor: I find it hard to believe that Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner initially believed that the death of Prosecutor Alberto Nisman was a suicide and, of course, in 72 hours changed her position completely.
Nisman worked so hard for years to investigate the truth about the 1994 Buenos Aires Jewish Center bombing, and on the evening before he was to testify, he was found dead.
How convenient for him to be found dead since Fernandez and the Iranian government have signed agreements on business deals to trade grains and meat for Iran’s oil.
It sure reminds me of the Nazi era where you could kill anyone that seemed to be a threat.
Alberto Nisman was a true hero and deserves to have his information presented to show the true corruption of the Argentine government.
Lidia Epelbaum Lechtman,
North Miami Beach