On his last day alive, Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman said, “I might get out of this dead.” The next day, the lawyer who had spent the last decade investigating the 1994 suicide bombing of a Jewish center that killed 85 people (and who said he had made connections between the attack and top Iranian officials), was found dead in his apartment. It was called a suicide, but now even the country’s president is admitting that probably wasn’t the case. Here’s more background on the story from the NYT”s Jonathan Gilbert and Simon Romero: Puzzling Death of a Prosecutor Grips Argentina.