Prosecutor Who Made Accusations Against Argentine President Found Dead

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- When a prosecutor was found dead, it looked like suicide -- a pool of blood, a gunshot to his head. But the whole country is in shock over the death of Alberto Nisman, the investigator who proved Iran and Hezbollah were behind the 1994 bombing of the Jewish Community Center (AMIA), resulting in Interpol’s issuing of five arrest warrants.

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