During the 1970s Argentina lived a period of widespread military repression on the civilian population. Under the pretext of the "war against subversion" the military and police authorities develped a machiavellic campaign of terror. All civil rights - freedom of expression, justice, association vote - were eliminated. Thousands of citizens were unjustly put in prison where they endured inhuman conditions and lived under the pain of torture and the fear of death day to day.
Nothing is more horrorific, however, that what was done to 30,000 people now known as "the disappeared". Taken from their homes, blindfolded, beaten, they were taken to secret concentration camps, where they awaited, without knowing, amidst blows and torture, death.
In this page we will remember those responsible for the disappearances, for the torture and death of thousands of human beings. None of the responsible have been duly punished for their crimes. They live in freedom, enjoying all such things that they denied their victims.
As the Gallery grows we hope to highlight some of the worse human rights violators from Argentina. However, all those who collaborated with these people and the institutions they represented, with knowledge of what thdy did, have a moral responsability and a stain in their conscience and their hands that they will never be able to wash off.
Most Complete List of Torturers and Killers
Information and Lists on Argentinian Repressors by the Vanished Gallery Partial List of members of the criminal organization presented by Scilingo to Judge Garzon List of Military Accussed of Human Rights Violations By Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, Tucuman Section Military Accussed of Disappearing Italian citizens in Argentina By LIDLIP
Judas Info on Captain Astiz, responsible for serveral disappearances Argentine Graduates of the US Army School of the Americas