Mourners gather outside a funeral home ahead of the wake for late prosecutor Alberto Nisman who was found dead a day before he was set to testify at a congressional hearing. Julie Noce reports.
Crowds gather outside a funeral home in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires Wednesday night to call for justice over the death of former prosecutor Alberto Nisman. Nisman was found dead in his apartment a day before he was set to testify in Congress about allegations against President Cristina Fernandez. Autopsy results say Nisman killed himself, but investigators and the president say he was murdered. Nisman had accused Fernandez of attempting to whitewash the Iranian suspects in a 1994 bombing in order to normalize relations with the oil rich country. 85 people were killed when the Jewish community center was attacked. Fernandez says Nisman was killed as part of a plot to smear her name.