What was the United States Role in Argentina’s #Fascist Dirty War?

Héctor Febres, a stocky 66-year-old former Coast Guard officer, dressed in an elegant light-green suit, entered a windowless Buenos Aires court for the first time. He was accused of torturing prisoners and being responsible for the abduction of hundreds of newborn babies from mothers who later ‘disappeared’ during the military dictatorship in Argentina 30 years ago. Nicknamed ‘Savage’ for his vicious methods, Febres was on the verge of denouncing colleagues behind the military junta’s seven-year ‘dirty war’ (1976-1983), but on December 10, four days before the verdict was to be given, he was found dead in his cell, poisoned with cyanide.

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