Prosecutor’s death sparks rumors of presidential conspiracy

Aired: 2/4/2015 | 0:03:55 | Clip
Argentine prosecutor Albert Nisman had been building a case on who was behind a 1994 Buenos Aires bombing, and whether there had been a government cover-up, when he was found dead. Jeffrey Brown asks Simon Romero of The New York Times about what evidence Nisman had and how Argentina’s government is reacting.