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BUENOS AIRES: A court in Argentina on Friday ordered an octogenarian former police chief convicted of execution and torture to return to prison after his home detention sparked protests. Miguel Etchecolatz, 88, is serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity carried out during the South American ...
A court in Argentina has granted house arrest to an 88-year-old former police officer who was serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity. Miguel Etchecolatz headed police investigations in Buenos Aires province from 1976 to late 1977, when Argentina was ruled by a military junta. Etchecolatz ...

The former officer was the head of the Bueno Aires police in the first years of the military dictatorship. Miguel Etchecolatz, a former senior police officer during the U.S. backed Dirty War in Argentina in the 1970's and 80's, was granted house arrest on Wednesday. RELATED: Argentina Sentences 6 to Life in ...
Throughout the month of January, thousands of Argentine citizens have demonstrated their repudiation of the house arrest of Miguel Etchecolatz, a former senior police official who served under the dictatorship. Etchecolatz has confessed to killing civilian opponents of the military government in the 1970s, ...
After receiving news of Miguel Etchecolatz's house arrest, his daughter said: "At 47, I never thought we would suffer such a setback in human rights.” Mariana Dopazo, the daughter of Argentine dictatorship-era officer Miguel Etchecolatz, published a letter asking that her father be returned to prison "until the ...
A court in Argentina has granted house arrest to an 88-year-old former police officer who was serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity. Miguel Etchecolatz headed police investigations in Buenos Aires province from 1976 to late 1977, when Argentina was ruled by a military junta. Etchecolatz ...

The former officer was the head of the Bueno Aires police in the first years of the military dictatorship. Miguel Etchecolatz, a former senior police officer during the U.S. backed Dirty War in Argentina in the 1970's and 80's, was granted house arrest on Wednesday. RELATED: Argentina Sentences 6 to Life in ...
A court in Argentina has granted house arrest to an 88-year-old former police officer who was serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity. Miguel Etchecolatz headed police investigations in Buenos Aires province from 1976 to late 1977, when Argentina was ruled by a military junta. Etchecolatz ...
A court in Argentina has granted house arrest to an 88-year-old former police officer who was serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity. Miguel Etchecolatz headed police investigations in Buenos Aires province from 1976 to late 1977, when Argentina was ruled by a military junta. Etchecolatz ...
The former officer was the head of the Bueno Aires police in the first years of the military dictatorship. Miguel Etchecolatz, a former senior police officer during the U.S. backed Dirty War in Argentina in the 1970's and 80's, was granted house arrest on Wednesday. RELATED: Argentina Sentences 6 to Life in ...

Se trata de los archivos concernientes a la causa que investiga la responsabilidad del represor Miguel Etchecolatz en delitos de lesa ...
Federal Judge Carlos Rozanski, the influential human rights figure who sentenced former Buenos Aires provincial police chief Miguel Etchecolatz and others to life in prison for crimes against humanity, submitted his resignation yesterday to the ...
Dozens of ex-military officials convicted or accused of committing crimes against humanity during the 1976-83 dictatorship have been granted house arrest this year, prompting concern that this reflects a broader shift in human rights policy under ...
In 2012, La Plata Federal Oral Penal Court condemned former government minister of Buenos Aires province Jaime Smart and 15 other powerful co-defendents like former Buenos Aires Police chief Miguel Etchecolatz to life in prison for their crimes agains ...
"Our Christian identity was in danger," police commander Miguel Etchecolatz testified during his trial, kissing his white rosary before the judges.
For instance, those who blame Islam for inspiring extremist violence should remember what former police commander Miguel Etchecolatz said at his trial before being convicted of torture, disappearances, killings, and baby snatching (taking a child from ...
In the dock for that trial was former deputy chief of the Buenos Aires Province Police, Miguel Etchecolatz, who in recent weeks has been in the press as his legal team pushes for him to be granted house arrest.
They included the senior commander of the army during the dictatorship, Jorge Rafael Videla, as well as Jorge Eduardo "Tigre" Acosta, who commanded the infamous ESMA detention center, and Miguel Etchecolatz, the head of the Buenos Aires police.
The trial concluded in September of that year with the conviction of former Buenos Aires provincial police deputy chief Miguel Etchecolatz and his sentencing to life imprisonment - the maximum allowed by Argentine law for aggravated murder, illegal ...


 

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