The late prosecutor accused Argentina’s president of protecting the Iranians who bombed a Jewish center in 1994. A judge threw out the case—but it will come back.
Hernán Dobry is a correspondent for the newspaper Perfil and teaches journalism at Argentina's Universidad de Palermo. He is the author of several books, among then Operación Israel: Argentine Rearmament During the Dictatorship of 1976 to 1983 and The Falklands Rabbis.
Who can forgive the unexplained death of the man who indicted Argentina’s president and foreign minister for protecting Iranians who slaughtered Jews? There are a few.
A month after the mysterious death of a prosecutor investigating Iran’s ties to the bombing of a Jewish center, the president’s in trouble, the people are in the streets.
Argentina’s powerful spooks used to wiretap supposed enemies of presidents Néstor and Cristina Kirchner. Among their targets: the man who is now the pontiff.