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Argentine Jewish community asks Washington to reveal whereabouts of former spymaster

Thursday, October 8th 2015 - 08:37 UTC
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The Argentine Jewish community has requested that the United States reveal the whereabouts of their country’s former spymaster – who reportedly fled to Miami in February following the shooting death of a prosecutor investigating the 1994 car bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 people and injured hundreds. Read full article

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  • Conqueror

    Anyone believe this? AMIA wants the US to hand over information to argieland so that Stiuso can be “hit”? Just like Nisman was “hit”? Why not ask Mossad?

    Oct 08th, 2015 - 10:56 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • ElaineB

    The Argentines lost him, they should find him. Except they can't.

    Oct 08th, 2015 - 01:37 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Enrique Massot

    It's excellent that AMIA has taken clear position and supported Argentina's request to know Stiuso whereabouts.
    Judges working on four different legal files want to interrogate him as a witness.
    Argentina has not put an extradition request. That is why Brazil Interpol promptly responded to the blue alert.
    It's suggestive that the U.S. is dragging their feet by assimilating the request to an extradition process, which of course is subject to long delays. If this stance continues, it would indeed provide strong support for allegations about Stiuso's links with the U.S. intelligence and key Republicans.

    #1 Conqueror
    “Just like Nisman was 'hit'?”
    How do you know that? Fiscal Viviana Fein is now interrogating those who communicated with Nisman during his last days or hours. And Stiuso's testimony will be key to determine what happened to Nisman. No need for know-it-all to tell us in advance the end of the story.

    Oct 08th, 2015 - 05:18 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Captain Poppy

    Quique you know shit about intelligence processes and procedures so stick you head back up your Canadian ass. If you did you would not be making such an ignorant statement. You guys can suicide him after he is debriefed.

    Besides, one good deed begets another. Tinman should never have boarded that C-17.

    Oct 08th, 2015 - 05:50 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • ChrisR

    @ 4 Captain Poppy

    Oh yes, Gollum thought he had pulled of a masterstroke with that little stunt.

    I don't think the US will ever forgive that and nor should they.

    Stupid, egotistical buggers the argies.

    Oct 08th, 2015 - 07:23 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Vestige

    Well cia and mossad are involved, in a high profile case in a country which many American corporate types* would dearly like to fleece and/or puppet.
    So, as with the uss liberty who truly knows what red flag bullsht the public is being fed ... or maybe not...flip a coin.

    *one in particular.

    Oct 08th, 2015 - 07:36 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • FarmBoy

    Vestige - Argentina has been and is being fleeced by its own politicians. Not enough there for the US or its corporations to want. If they did, in fact, want something they could get it through those same politicians. Ask the Chinese on that count.

    Oct 08th, 2015 - 07:45 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Great_coral_aTrolL

    The USA has protected and fostered anti-semites and actual Holocaust accesories for decades. What's one more to the list gonna do?

    Oct 09th, 2015 - 12:32 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Captain Poppy

    #8. Tobi....take papi's cock out of your mouth. You are acting stupider than when you play brasshole. You seem to get your nazi past as South America being handed passports by your historical whore....Evie.

    Oct 09th, 2015 - 01:05 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Great_coral_aTrolL

    Just remember how history really happened before you point fingers at “South America”:

    http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20150102030640/villains/images/7/7f/Nazi_Moon_Occupation.jpg

    Oct 09th, 2015 - 01:19 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Enrique Massot

    #4 Captain Poppy
    “Quique you know shit about intelligence processes and procedures...you guys can suicide him after he is debriefed.”
    Cptn Poppy may know lots about intelligence processes but should drop his bias and use some common sense (the lack of which led to failure so many intelligence operations across the world).
    The Nisman affair became easy to understand for anybody who takes the time to connect the dots--even without knowing intelligence processes as much as Cptn. Poppy does.
    1. Nisman was urgently called back from Spain because somebody thought the moment had arrived to deliver the accusation against CFK (which had been two years on the making).
    2. After the accusation became public, many of its key points began to crumble, such as the famous “red alerts” request, quickly disavowed by a former Interpol boss.
    3. During the weekend in which Nisman died, just before he was due before a Congress committee Monday, he made numerous attempts to reach Stiuso on the phone. Stiuso, who was going to provide additional ammunition for Nisman's accusation, did not answer. Nisman could just not go to his rendez-vous at the Congress and answer questions without something more solid than what he had.
    4. When all this became known, the initial story that the CFK government had just gotten rid of a man possessing damaging information quickly began to fade. Now, intelligence champion, tell us who would be motivated to launch a sophisticated operation against a guy who had 300 pages of pure fluff that he deemed “denunciation?”
    The government had nothing to gain and much to lose from such a deed.
    However, the political opposition had much to gain with Nisman being dead--because then his death became “the story” and the “denunciation” was forgotten. Stiuso, on the other hand, had been sacked just a couple months earlier and had more than enough motivation to try and harm CFK.
    Now you can make your own conclusions.

    Oct 09th, 2015 - 03:01 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Captain Poppy

    No you do not get it Quique, this is a nothing issue to the USA. Kirchner might as well be asking Macri for assistance.

    BTW.......why is it that failed operations , in the free world anyway, always makes it to the media. Yet, how many successes quietly go unnoticed. Even more so, with your vast expansive intelligence background, you obviously have the qualified back to determine what is a success, yes? Not all things in this world is as it appears.

    Oct 09th, 2015 - 10:39 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Vestige

    8 - dont be silly, Argentina has huge natural resources. Not that thats even a pre-requisite. Also take a look around south America to see what US industrial/govt complex has gotten up to before. Even if Argentina was as broke as you seem to think US foreign policy doesn't really differentiate - an asset is an asset, more is always better.

    Oct 09th, 2015 - 01:34 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Enrique Massot

    #12 Cptn Poppy
    “No you do not get it Quique, this is a nothing issue to the USA.”
    Going over the place trying to change subject, aren't you Captain?
    In my last posting I was not talking about the USA--I was responding to your statement lightly implying the CFK would have “suicided” Nisman.
    Couldn't care less what the USA will do or won't do, including Judge Thomas Griesa rulings in favour of those pirates of the international finance--the vultures.

    Oct 12th, 2015 - 09:24 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Captain Poppy

    Go ahead and ASSUME just what that meant in doing so......go ahead now.....assume.

    Judge Griesa does not even make the back page news, nor your so called vultures. At least you admit that Argentina is dead, afterall........vultures only pick the flesh of the dead.

    Send me your address so I can mail you a postcard from Patagonia.

    “It's suggestive that the U.S. is dragging their feet by assimilating the request to an extradition process, which of course is subject to long delays. If this stance continues, it would indeed provide strong support for allegations about Stiuso's links with the U.S. intelligence and key Republicans.”

    Again I say that this is a nothing issue for the USA. You know, they also connected the dots that man never landed on the moon and that JFK survived. Want some more dots?

    Oct 13th, 2015 - 10:27 am - Link - Report abuse 0

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