The Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was kneeling when he received the shot that killed him, according to the conclusions of the experts hired by his ex-wife to investigate the death, according to revelations published in a local newspaper.
From photographs, videos and visits to housing Nisman, where he was found dead on January 18, experts from the lawsuit deduced that Nisman was facing the tub and “probably” had “an attacker located behind” a conclusions that contradict the official examination and were questioned by the Government.
Experts hired by the complainant and Nisman ex-wife, Sandra Arroyo Salgado, claimed to have discovered spots “washed” in the faucet and bath laundry of prosecutor, as published in the newspaper La Nacion.
Furthermore, they argued that the absence of traces of gunpowder on the right hand Nisman was because there was something covering it as an “object or a hand”. These findings differ from the official autopsy, which rejected the participation of third parties in the death of the prosecutor.
The prosecutor in charge of the investigation, Viviana Fein, has summoned the experts of the plaintiff and evaluates request a medical board after questioning.