Deniz polisinden Adalar çevresinde 'deniz taksi' denetimi

10 of the defendants were sentenced to life imprisonment, one to 25 years in prison, and one was found not guilty.

The three-year trial focused on enforced disappearances, torture, rape and murders that occurred in or were linked to three secret detention and torture centers located in police investigative units on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. It was known as the Banfield pit, the Quilmes pit, and “El Infierno,” or “the inferno,” to the officials who worked there.

The verdict was delivered on Tuesday to a packed courtroom in the city of La Plata, about 60 kilometers from the capital. There were 605 victims, including high school students, young pregnant women who gave birth in captivity, and newborn babies who were taken from them and never returned.

The case was also the first in more than 300 cases related to the dictatorship that a court heard trans women who were held captive in detention centers, tortured, sexually abused and subjected to forced labor.

America News Agency

 

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