Operation Condor

Fransk og amerikansk (CIA) 'militærhjælp' først og fremmest til juntaerne i Argentina, Brasilien, Chile og Paraguay, hvorunder de og også andre højreorienterede latin- og sydamerikanske militærdiktaturer og deres efterretningstjenester lærte at anvende tortur mm mod fagforeningsfolk, menneskerettighedsforkæmpere, kommunister og socialister samt politiske flygtninge.
Se også: Dødspatruljer ; krigsforbrydelser ; Operación México ; psykologisk krigsførelse ; statsterroisme.


Trump Continues U.S. Declassified Diplomacy with Argentina
 Operation Condor Considered Expanding into United States and Europe, New Records Show
U.S. Embassy Reportedly Tried to Block Reports from Its Own Human Rights Officer
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 588
Washington D.C., April 27, 2017 – The Trump administration today released over 900 previously classified State Department records on human rights abuses in Argentina, providing important insights into the notorious Southern Cone multinational entity known as Operation Condor.
The records reveal that Condor members considered opening “field offices” in the U.S. and Europe, and offer new information about the fate of disappeared militants from the 1970s and 1980s.
This is the third tranche of records the U.S. government has released going back to a March 2016 commitment by President Barack Obama to open historical materials relating to Argentina’s earlier military dictatorship.

National Security Archive: Document suggests U.S. military and intelligence officials supported and collaborated with Operation Condor. http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/news/20010306/
J. Patrice McSherry: Operation Condor: Deciphering the U.S. Role.
Rendition in the Southern Cone: Operation Condor Documents Operation Condor: Condemned to Life!
Rome Court Concludes 3-Year Trial on Multinational Repression in Latin America
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 577
Washington D.C., January 17, 2016 – A tribunal in Rome, Italy, today sentenced two former heads of state and two ex-chiefs of security forces from Bolivia and Peru, and a former Uruguayan foreign minister to life imprisonment for their involvement in the coordinated, cross-border system of repression known as “Operation Condor.” The National Security Archive, which provided testimony and dozens of declassified documents as evidence to the tribunal, hailed the ruling. Today’s posting on the Archive’s web site includes several exhibits from the trial.
Revealed From Paraguayan ‘Archive of Terror’.
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 239— Part II, 2007.
Munch, Aske: Ny bog: Latinamerika lærte den beskidte krig af Frankrig. I: Politiken, 12/15/2004.

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