Spies, Lies and Cover-ups: Argentine Journalist in Exclusive Interview on AMIA Terror Probe

Damian Pachter reveals why he was forced to flee Argentina to Israel, what he believes prompted Alberto Nisman's death and who he thinks was behind the cover-up.

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What information do you have that makes you believe the Argentine intelligence agency is after you, Aimee Amiga asks journalist Damian Pachter in this exclusive interview for Haaretz.

Pachter, who fled his country fearing for his life after breaking the news of the death of AMIA prosecutor Alberto Nisman, spoke to Haaretz after arriving in Israel.

In this interview, Pachter reveals why he was forced to flee Argentina, what he believes prompted Alberto Nisman's death, and who he thinks was behind the cover-up.

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