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  • Monday, April 15th 2019 - 09:39 UTC

    Declassified U.S. Documents Reveal Details About Argentina’s Dictatorship

    Representatives of the ultra-secret directorate, which included intelligence officers from Chile and Uruguay, settled on their next victim through a “majority vote.”

    The assassination squad created by Argentina’s military dictatorship to target dissidents during the 1970s had, like other state programs, its own bureaucratic rules: Employees punched in at 9:30 a.m. and were entitled to a two-hour lunch. They received a US$ 1,000 clothing allowance during their first overseas mission. And they were required to submit expense reports.

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