Argentina dictators get life prison

Hector GamenArgentina court sentenced two former army officers to life imprisonment for their abuses in the Argentina worst camp ever during 1976 to 1983 military regime.

Former general Hector Gamen, 84, and ex-colonel Hugo Pascarelli, 81, are the major convict for the series of abuse charges include kidnapping, torture and rape. The camp was El Vesubio (Vesuvius) concentration camp but it was used as destruction towards humanity. The commander of El Vesubio, Army Colonel Pedro Duran Saenz, died in June while the trial was ongoing.

According to the human rights report about 30,000 people went missing throughout the camp. The arrival of a team from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) has begun steps to stop the campaign. In the trial, the evidence proved 156 crimes against humanity including 19 executions by firing squad. The trial lasted in a year and half. Five former Vesubio prison guards has already ben sent to 18 to 22 years of prison.

It clearly states how far the abolishment of dictatorship is necessary.

Argentina dictators get life prison

Report by Kushal Kumar