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From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Argentine dictatorship officers jailed for kidnap and torture
Friday 15 July 2011
Two former army officers were jailed for life on Thursday night after being convicted of the murder, kidnapping and torture of prisoners during the 1976-83 military dictatorship.
Former general Hector Gamen and Colonel Hugo Pascarelli were sentenced to life, while five prison guards received sentences of between 18 and 22 years.
The crimes were committed at the El Vesubio camp for political prisoners which was run by Colonel Pedro Alberto Duran, who was accused of regularly raping female detainees. He died in June during the trial.
Inmates were “hooded and chained together, and the guards gave them almost nothing to eat,” according to lawyer Rodrigo Borda.
Argentina’s Supreme Court ruled in 2005 that amnesties protecting senior figures from the dictatorship were invalid.
More than 800 people are currently being prosecuted for crimes against humanity in the country.
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