This video says about itself:
As part of an open letter to the Argentine Dictators by 1977. The dry submarine, the lighter, and other terrible torture methods are described. Thousands of executions w/o judgement, assassinations, kidnappings were made by the repressive military system.
From the BBC:
1 April 2011 Last updated at 01:08 GMT
Former Argentine Gen Eduardo Cabanillas jailed
Former Argentine Gen Eduardo Cabanillas has been sentenced to life in prison for running a notorious detention centre during military rule in 1976-83.
Three former intelligence officers were also convicted of murder, torture and illegal imprisonment.
Thousands of Argentines were tortured and murdered in other centres run by the armed forces.
Former intelligence agents Honorio Martinez and Eduardo Ruffo were sentenced to 25 years each, and former military intelligence officer Raul Guglielminetti was given 20 years.
The sentences were welcomed by Macarena Gelman, whose parents were detained in the secret prison and torture centre, which was disguised as a mechanical workshop.
“It is a little bit of justice when we need so much,” she said from Uruguay.
Her father Marcelo Gelman was killed after being taken to Automotores Orletti, and his body dumped in a river in a cement-filled drum.
Her mother Maria Claudia Garcia, who was pregnant when she was abducted, was later taken to Uruguay and made to disappear.
Macarena Gelman was born in captivity and raised by a Uruguayan policeman, discovering her true identity only in 2000.
Its aim was to silence the opposition by sending teams into other countries to track, monitor and kill dissidents.
Around 30,000 people were killed or made to disappear by the armed forces during military rule in Argentina, a period known as the “Dirty War.”
Brazil and Uruguay are catching up on some of their south American neighbours in digging into long-buried crimes against humanity: here.
New Generation Protests Crimes of Brazil’s Dictatorship: here.
The meteoric rise of Ollanta Humala, a nationalist-talking former army officer, to first place in the polls two weeks before Peruvians elect a new president has taken the media and the country’s ruling elite by surprise: here. And here.
- The regime that left records of its crimes (bbc.co.uk)
- Argentina convicts former interior minister for ‘Dirty War’ crimes (jurist.org)
- Uruguayans recover from brutal U.S.-backed dictatorships (12160.info)
- Historic tribute to Human Rights Defenders by Uruguay (thoolen.wordpress.com)
- CNT anarchists join lawsuit against Fascist genocide (thefreeonline.wordpress.com)