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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

One of the massacres of the Argentine dictatorship dies

Buenos Aires ( Associated Press) — One of the main massacres of the Argentine dictatorship (1976-1983) died on Saturday at the age of 93 while serving a life sentence, confirmed one of the plaintiffs’ lawyers in one of his cases. Of.

Buenos Aires Police Director Miguel Osvaldo Atchecolatz died in police custody at the Sarmiento de San Miguel Clinic in Buenos Aires province, reports Tellum, Argentina’s official news agency.

“Atchekolatz passed away. In a common prison and without saying where he is,” tweeted lawyer Guadalupe Godoy, alluding to the disappearance.

Born in 1929, Etchecolatz was serving a life sentence after being charged with multiple crimes against humanity with various sentences, the last one released last May, which were unified.

His name was also linked to the disappearance of bricklayer Jorge Julio López, one of the conclusive witnesses to his conviction in a case in 2006. Lopez has been unaccounted for ever since. The former police officer never repented of his crimes and claimed to take pride in “protecting the homeland” in life.

Married and with a daughter, she changed her last name and took part in demonstrations against a reduction in punishment for genocide, affirming that her father was “a notorious man, not a lunatic. An unscrupulous evil narcissist”, As he declared in an interview with Infobae Media.

“Atchekholtz died, he was in a common prison until his last days. We managed to convict him of the massacre. He never said the fate of Clara Anahi Mariani or the disappearance and punishment in the disappearance of Julio López. Freedom was guaranteed,” tweeted the national deputy, Myriam Bregman.

“Atchcoletz was a clear example of those who die without showing remorse or compassion towards the victims or their families, carrying information about the fate of dead bodies or suitable children,” said Argentina’s secretary of human rights. Horacio Pietragalla.

“His responsibility for crimes against humanity was investigated and judged in about 20 cases within the illegal repressive framework established by the police of the province of Buenos Aires in the so-called ‘Cirquito Camp’. He had several life sentences,” the authority continued. .

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