"We knew fairly early on that the governments of the Southern Cone countries were planning, or at least talking about, some assassinations abroad in the summer of 1976. Selama hampir tiga puluh tahun, sebuah kelompok yang menyebut dirinya Ibu-ibu dari Plaza de Mayo telah menuntut dikembalikannya anak-anak yang diculik ini, yang diperkirakan jumlahnya mencapai 500 orang. "The military-controlled governments of the Southern Cone," the document read, "all consider themselves targets of international Marxism." Namun, hal itu tampaknya tidak mungkin bagi seseorang yang memiliki posisi yang begitu berkuasa di pemerintahan. [85] In October 1991, Eugenio Berríos, a chemist who had worked with DINA agent Michael Townley, was escorted from Chile to Uruguay by Operation Condor agents in order to avoid testifying in the Letelier case. The report further states that the political traditions in Paraguay were anything but democratic. Michael Townley has accused Pinochet of being responsible for Letelier's death. The Argentine "Dirty War", for example, which resulted in approximately 30,000 victims according to most estimates, kidnapped, tortured and killed many trade-unionists, relatives of activists, social activists such as founders of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, nuns, university professors, etc. "[121], Patricia M. Derian, the Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs from 1977 to 1981, said of Kissinger's role in giving the green light to the junta's repression: "It sickened me that with an imperial wave of his hand, an American could sentence people to death. Star Wars Episodio IV: Una nueva esperanza, Carlos Agostí en Eldoblaje.com, sitio web de actores de doblaje españoles, https://doblaje.fandom.com/es/wiki/Carlos_Agostí?oldid=2712690, ep. "Por que sou testemunha de acusação deste seqüestro". The program was developed following a series of government coups d'états by military groups, primarily in the 1970s: According to American journalist A. J. Langguth, the organization of the first meetings between Argentinian and Uruguayan security officials, concerning the watching (and subsequent disappearance or assassination) of political refugees in these countries, can be attributed to the CIA, as well as its participation as intermediary in the Argentinian, Uruguayan and Brazilian death squads meetings. 698 Camilion Attacks Timerman 0000B105.pdf. He instructed them to express "our deep concern" about "rumors" of "plans for the assassination of subversives, politicians and prominent figures both within the national borders of certain Southern Cone countries and abroad. The Guardian, July 8, 2019, Coordination of United Revolutionary Organizations, National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons, National Commission for Forced Disappearances, Human rights violations in Pinochet's Chile, Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, Lista de centros clandestinos de detención (Argentina), Dirty War § US involvement with the junta, "Chapter 5: "Industrial repression" and Operation Condor in Latin America", The Last Colonial Massacre: Latin America in the Cold War, The Myth of American Diplomacy: National Identity and U.S. Foreign Policy, "Argentina's Dirty War – Alicia Patterson Foundation", "Predatory States. Carlos Agostí, de nombre real Arturo Agostí, fue un actor español quien trabajó en el doblaje de México y posteriormente en Los Ángeles. The court's ruling enabled the government to renew the prosecution of crimes committed during the Dirty War. They realized that "Operation Condor" was the code name given for intelligence collection on "leftists", Communists, Peronists or Marxists in the Southern Cone Area. The exposure of the operation is believed to have prevented the murder of the couple and their two young children, as the news of the political kidnapping of Uruguayan nationals in Brazil made headlines in the Brazilian press. [136], French journalist Marie-Monique Robin found in the archives of the Quai d'Orsay, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the original document proving that a 1959 agreement between Paris and Buenos Aires set up a "permanent French military mission" of officers to Argentina who had fought in the Algerian War. [138], Argentine Admiral Luis María Mendía, who had theorized the practice of "death flights", testified in January 2007 before Argentine judges that a French intelligence "agent", Bertrand de Perseval, had participated in the abduction of two French nuns, Léonie Duquet and Alice Domon, who were later murdered. "[20] Under this codename mission, several people were killed. Suatu kali, jalanan dicat dengan tanda-tanda panah yang besar menunjuk ke rumahnya, ditambah dengan kata-kata: 30.000 orang hilang, pembunuh bebas berkeliaran. They assassinated Chilean General Carlos Prats, former Uruguayan MPs Zelmar Michelini and Héctor Gutiérrez Ruiz, as well as the ex-president of Bolivia, Juan José Torres, in Buenos Aires. [8] Although it was described by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as "a cooperative effort by the intelligence/security services of several South American countries to combat terrorism and subversion,"[9] guerrillas were used as an excuse, as they were never substantial enough to control territory, gain material support by any foreign power, or otherwise threaten national security. Rincian-rincian yang mengerikan, termasuk dokumentasi mengenai hilangnya hampir 11.000 orang, mengejutkan dunia..Jorge Rafael Videla, pemimpin junta, termasuk di antara jenderal-jenderal yang dinyatakan bersalah melakukan kejahatan terhadap hak-hak asasi manusia, termasuk penghilangan paksa, penyiksaan, pembunuhan, dan penculikan. Government forces took victims by plane or helicopter out to sea, dropping them to their deaths in planned disappearances. This new force operated in other member's countries in secrecy. [86] The center was established in 1961 by Paul Schäfer, who was arrested in March 2005 in Buenos Aires and convicted on charges of child rape. [84] In September 1991, Carlos Herrera Jiménez, who killed trade-unionist Tucapel Jiménez, left by plane. The civic-military dictatorship of Argentina was carried out from 1976 to 1983, by the military juntas under Operation Condor. Luis Posada Carriles, an anti-Castro Cuban terrorist, boasted in his autobiography, Los Caminos Del Guerrero (The Roads of the Warrior), of the murder of the two young men.[108].