Silent March - Buenos Aires, Argentina. February 2015
Despite the pouring rain, hundreds of thousands of Argentines took part in the "silent march" organized by federal prosecutors a month after the death of their colleague Alberto Nisman, who died a day before presenting his findings linking the president of the Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, to the protecting of Iranian suspects accused in the AMIA bombing case.
This march represents the screams, silence and tears in response to the impunity perceived by the Argentine people. From the Plaza de Mayo, the attendees raised a strong call for "truth and justice", where prosecutors themselves should have no fear to investigate and practice law.