Introduction — June 3, 2013
This report appeared a few days ago in the JTA and hasn’t received much coverage elsewhere. It should have because it throws an entirely new light on the 1994 bombing of the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina in Buenos Aires that left 85 dead and hundreds injured.
Israel has repeatedly blamed Iran for the bombing, an accusation the Islamic Republic has consistently denied.
Earlier this year Iran and Argentina signed an agreement to launch a join investigation into the bombing. The agreement between the two nations reportedly left Israeli government officials “stunned“, as well it might as the investigation now appears to be uncovering clear evidence of a Zionist false flag.
As is usually the case with stories that deal with such issues, there has been unanimous silence on this story in the Western corporate media. Only the Jewish press like The Times of Israel and the JTA (below) are reporting it.
Jewish ex-Argentina gov’t official to be probed in AMIA bombing
JTA — June 30, 2013
The Jewish ex-interior minister of Argentina will be investigated for his ties to the AMIA Jewish center bombing.
The Buenos Aires Federal Appeals Court last week ordered the probe of Carlos Vladimir Corach in connection with an illegal payment of $400,000 to Carlos Telleldin, an auto mechanic who was among those charged in the 1994 attack that left 85 dead and hundreds wounded.
Telleldin, who allegedly provided the car bomb that blew up the Jewish center, has not been indicted.
The three Appeals Court justices called on Federal Judge Ariel Lijo to investigate “the existence of concrete allegations involving Carlos Vladimir Corach, which have not been investigated until now” regarding the illegal payment to Telleldin.
Corach was interior minister during the Carlos Menem government in the 1990s. He was responsible for obtaining the building for the Holocaust Museum of Buenos Aires and was the main speaker at its inauguration.