Following are thoughts culled by the NY Times (in "Whodunit? In Obsessed Nation, Question Becomes Who Didn’t", 2/8/15) re the nefarious murder of Alberto Nisman in Argentina, the day before Nisman, state prosecutor, was about to charge Argentina's president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for involvement in the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aries Jewish community center which killed 86 people and injured hundreds.
Without meaning to diminish the seriousness of these events, sometimes you've got to just kick back and appreciate, if not enjoy, how wild and free the mind roams re conspiracy theory:
As quoth the Times:
“It [the killer of Alberto Nisman] has to either be the armed faction of narco-Nazi-jihadist international terrorism, or it has to be the Jewish-Marxism mafia that also involves the C.I.A., Israel and the Mossad,” said Carlos Wiesemann, 65, a hot-dog vendor in the town of Pinamar, weighing his list of suspected forces while drinking whiskey with a friend.
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Some bloggers have cast suspicion on what they describe as the Chinese mafia. A rabbi here put forward a complex interpretation of the Torah, pointing to a codified reference to the surname “Nisman” to deduce that the prosecutor was pressured by others into killing himself.
Trying to come up with my own conspiracy but can't top the above.
Set your minds free.