Fed for years with information by Stiuso, a spy with close links to the CIA, prosecutor Nisman is ready to testify in the Argentinian Congress against president Cristina Kirchner. He is accusing her of negotiating the impunity of Iranians in the Buenos Aires’ 1994 AMIA bombing, the worse terrorist attack in the West before 9/11. The night before, however, Nisman is found dead in his bathroom with a single shot to the head. Murder or suicide? The intrigue is endless, and the stakes are high.