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Argentine prosecutor: Nisman maybe 'induced' to kill himself

Alberto Nisman, who investigated Argentina's worst terrorist attack before he was found dead in his home last year, may have been forced to kill himself, another prosecutor who was formerly in charge of his case said Thursday.

Viviana Fein, who in December was removed from the investigation into Nisman's mysterious death, had said before that it was likely suicide. But in an interview with local radio station La Red, she acknowledged for the first time that it was possible he was "induced" to kill himself.

Fein defended the hypothesis saying that Nisman had several back-and-forth calls with "six or seven people," including former spy chief Antonio...

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