字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント On January 18th, 2015, Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead in his Buenos Aires apartment the day before he was due to give testimony about an alleged government cover-up of a terrorist attack. Reports suggest that Nisman had committed suicide but investigators are treating his death as suspicious. So if he didn’t kill himself, then who did? Alberto was the lead prosecutor on an investigation into the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, which left 85 people dead. Reports suggest that Nisman believed that Iran had planned and financed the attack. And just before his death, he accused Argentinean President Kirchner and other government aides, of sabotaging his investigation. During the inquiry into the terror attack, Nisman intercepted phone calls that the Argentine government had made to Iran. It’s reported that Argentinian and Iranian officials had attempted to make a secret deal which would have shielded Iran from any legal action for the bombing, in exchange for oil. Nisman was due to present his accusations to Congress the day after he died. A draft for the President’s arrest was also found in his trash. Facing accusations that Nisman’s death was a political cover-up, Kirchner proposed legislation that would dismantle Argentina’s premier foreign and national intelligence agency agency, the Secretariat Intelligence. But why would the President want to dismantle it’s leading intelligence agency? Well, Kirchner has suggested that the agency may be responsible for Nisman’s death, claiming that intelligence agents used Nisman for the investigation to blame her for the terrorist cover-up, but then decided to kill him. Reports suggest that Kirchner is pointing the blame at a former S.I. agent called Antonio Stiusso. According to experts Stuisso was one of Argentina’s most powerful spies largely due to his expertise with phone tapping. It’s reported that Stuisso helped Nisman during his investigation to eavesdrop on secret conversations between Argentina and Iran. However, in December 2014, Stiusso was abruptly discharged from the S.I. after almost four decades of service. Despite leaving the S.I., it’s reported that the two men remained in contact. The lead investigator into Nisman’s death has told reporters that phone records indicate that Stiusso called Nisman hours before he died. Nisman’s death remains unexplained but the formal investigation is just beginning. And as more information about the government’s deal with Iran is revealed, experts are concerned that Argentina might be on the verge of a political crisis. Iran’s role in all this might be murky at this point, but the secretive nation does play a unique role in the world. To learn more about how Powerful Iran is, check out this video. And if you haven’t clicked subscribe to TestTube, nows your chance! Thanks for watching.