Husarska, Anna
March 1996
New Republic;3/11/96, Vol. 214 Issue 11, p12
Presents an article about the confessions of Argentine Navy Captain Adolfo Scilingo regarding the murder of political prisoners during the Navy School of Mechanics flights in December 1995. Description of the deviant practice of the institution; Estimate of the number of inmates killed in the flights; Efforts of the official to inform the high-ranking generals of the forces about the murder; Reason behind his confession.


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