Mysterious death of Argentine prosecutor revives tales of Hezbollah sleeper cells and secret deals with Iran

by Joseph Brean
January 23, 2015

In Argentina, the mysterious death of a crusading prosecutor on the eve of his explosive testimony about presidential interference in a terrorism investigation has set the nation on edge, with protesters on the streets demanding the answers they have been denied for twenty years. Like a lurid spy novel, the uproar has also revived fears about an “invisible army” of Hezbollah agents, under the patronage of Iran, spread out across South America in a network of sleeper cells bent on fighting a proxy war against Israel by killing Jews. “I could come out of this one dead,” said Alberto Nisman, 51, last Saturday, a week before he was to testify about evidence he has collected allegedly showing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner plotted with Iran to whitewash the investigation into the 1994 car bombing of a Jewish cultural centre in Buenos Aires. READ MORE

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