CBS: Massive Protest in Argentina One Month After Nisman Murder, ‘Possible Terrorism Coverup’

The Argentine government is under new pressure as massive protests erupt one month after the death of Alberto Nisman. Nisman was investigating the countries largest terrorist attack on a Jewish community center that killed hundreds.

As part of his investigation, Nisman had begun to suspect a possible government coverup of an Iranian agent. President Cristina Kirchner had first said that Nisman’s death was a suicide but has since changed her story to say it was a rogue agency. Nisman was shot in the head one day before issuing a warrant for Kirchner's arrest.

Solidarity protests have appeared throughout the United States, most notably in New York City in front of the Argentine consulate. On Wednesday, Kirchner told the world to "butt out" of the investigation.

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