By Heshmatollah Rahnama

The truth is gradually emerging 

February 1, 2019

TEHRAN - In an undisclosed report, Mario Cimadevilla, an Argentine lawyer, former senator, and  AMIA (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association) accused the Maruricio Macri government for lack of transparency and fraud in AMIA case. 

In an interview with the Radio 10, Cimadevilla said, “One of our responsibilities was to act as a petitioner and to be a helping hand for Attorney General Germán Garavano in the case. Therefore, after a while, it was important to bring up the accusations, and I as a plaintiff brought the case against AMIA in the court of law. However, Attorney General Strongly opposed our standards and said Attorney General Mullen and Barbaccia are friends and are not supposed to be convicted and warned me that they are apprehensive of Fino Palacios. 

Cimadevilla has accused Macri that he was reluctant to pursue his commitment to the truth in the case, and his objective was to support his friends from government and to divert the case to the interests of the U.S. and Israel.

He said there are a lot of obstacles in further research in this case. Additionally, he adds, “The government does not allow the recruitment of specialists or experts on certain special issues.” “Macri's government is building a new covert” in the case.

Undoubtedly, the Argentinean government, the U.S. and Israel have nothing for clarification of truth of AMIA case, but they are struggling to have no “accusations against the government transparency and accountability.” 

Mario Cimadevilla has been under AMIA investigation during the two years and two months, so he received all the information from the judiciary, the police, and the intelligence agency. In his report to President of Argentina Mauricio Macri, he reached remarkable results. 

In short, Cimadevilla initially questioned all the investigations conducted by Judge Juan José Galeano and then the Attorney General of Alberto Nisman, who finds the results of the investigation to a predetermined position by geopolitics.

 “The U.S. and Israel, instead of deeper research, prefer to remain uncertain about Iran,” he told Trelew daily newspaper. In this case, he believes that the Macri’s government as obedient to the U.S.

As late as last year, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said to Secretary of State Hector Timerman, “That's enough, for what more?”

Cimadevilla, the former head of the AMIA research unit, disclosed that foreign intelligence experts who were in the country in 2016 said that the case had to be changed. They believed that behind these cases there was smuggling of weapons.

In a 50-page text, Mario Cimadevilla former chairman of the Amy Special Branch from the Department of Justice discovers that foreign intelligence services arrived in Argentina in 2016 and that Iranian agents, Hezbollah's involvement and suicide attack were questioned.

One conclusion presented in the text to Macri is that the attack on the Israeli embassy, the AMIA bombing and the Rio Tercero blast should be analyzed together. We guess that there is an in weapons trafficking and illicit trade of firearms behind the attacks. There was not a huge conspiracy to carry out an attack, but the reason for this should be to search for a massive business framework. 

This is in line with the judgment of the Rodolfo Canicoba Corral judge, who has repeatedly said that the evidence is intelligence reports and do not have legal value.

It is clear why the Argentinean government, the U.S. and Israel are trying to ratify the court without the presence of the defendants (which are not legal in Argentina), or because of the implementation of the truth-clarifying committee between Iran and Argentina, since they have no evidence at all. As this is not a legal case, it's just a political case that is full of unimportant reports from U.S. intelligence agencies, Israel and Argentina.

A month after the departure of Mario Camidevilla from the AMIA Special Unit, a group of masked men broke into his house, he denounced it as a robbery, saying, “The situation was like nothing stolen.” 

Mario Cimadevilla, leader of the UCR party, said that his domestic worker was questioned: “where does your boss keep his tools of job?” “They did not carry a notebook; they did not take my son’s game player or my new cell phone. They checked the folders and envelopes, everything was very strange: they did not ask for valuable items, they only looked for the means of my activity.” 

The police chief had the same viewpoint as he had and didn’t consider it as robbery case. Cimadevilla said that it was surely the fabrication of government and intelligence services.

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