Unrest over Nisman’s death grows and more and more people are convinced he was murdered. An estimated 400,000 march in silence through Buenos Aires in torrential rain to honour and mark his death. With a change of government – in part thanks to the Nisman scandal – a new investigation tries to establish that Nisman was murdered. Newly assigned police teams go over the evidence, criminal experts dispute blood-splatter, and prosecutor Fein reappears to defend her investigations, which found no evidence of murder. Nisman’s computer expert, and only suspect in custody, appears to defend himself and make revelations about Nisman and money.