Test results on the gun that killed a prosecutor investigating Argentina’s worst terrorist attack are reigniting the debate over how he died. Results released late Monday show the gun that killed Alberto Nisman would have left gunpowder on the hand that pulled the trigger. Two
tests done on Nisman’s hands a few days after his death showed no gunpowder traces. His ex-wife, Judge Sandra Arroyo, says the new test on the gun proves someone else shot him. Nisman led the probe into the unsolved 1994 attack on a Jewish center that killed 85 people. He was found Jan. 18 in his apartment with a bullet in his head. Lead prosecutor Viviana Fein says the latest test is inconclusive and doesn’t determine if he killed himself or was slain by someone else.