Yesterday, under pouring rain, a quarter of a million Argentines marched in silence to honor prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was found dead last month.
The late Nisman was investigating the July 18, 1994 terrorist bombing in Buenos Aires which killed 85 people and injured hundreds.
Laura Ghercovich, a 43-year-old lawyer said:
“Understand: They killed a prosecutor, someone who investigated the most important massacre our country suffered,”
Rafsanjani, Velayati, Rezai, Fallahian, Vahidi and number of other Islamist fascists –“reformers” and all- are accused of direct complicity in that terrorist operation. (Suspects picture ↓)
A day before he was due to testify about his findings which accuses Argentina’s President, Fernandez, as trying to whitewash Islamist fascist high officials were behind the 1994 carnage, Nisman was found dead in his apartment.
Yesterday’s driving rain during the Argentineans’ march for justice is as though Nisman and every individual victims of the 1994 terrorist attack were crying for Argentina and Iran, which, for the past 36 years, has been under the brutal tyranny of the same terrorists.
Sanctions work, U.S. Senate, get to it.