By International Commission of Jurists
A Breach of Impunity is an account of 1 of the main consequential trials in fresh historical past and one that has lasting implications for the institution of human rights in El Salvador. it really is an account of the trial of the 9 member s of the El Salvadoran army accused of the assassination of six Jesuits monks, their prepare dinner, and her 15-year-old daughter on the significant American college in San Salvador, November sixteen, 1989. even if the Jesuits are usually not the 1st spiritual sufferers of the Salvadoran Civil conflict, which has claimed the lives of 75,000, the assassinations have touched off world-wide crisis over the difficulty of the government's reaction to army terrorism.
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5 in Cojutepeque, the following year as chief of the Intelligence Unit (C-2) of the Joint Military Command. He remained in this latter post for a year before being named director of the Military Academy "Capitán General Gerardo Barrios" on June l, 1989. As director of the strategically placed Military Academy, during the FMLN offensive on November 13, 1989, Col. Benavides was named head of the Security Command, which included within its perimeters the most important military installations in the country as well as the UCA.
Elba was born in Santiago de Maria in 1947. She met her husband at the end of the 1960s. Her first two children died at birth, the thirdher daughter Celinawas born February 21, 1973, and she gave birth to a fourth child in 1976. Elba began to work with the Jesuits as a cook and housekeeper in 1985. In June 1989 the family moved to the UCA Page 16 campus, where her husband worked as a gardener and watchman and together with Father Montes took care of the flowers, vegetables, and fruit trees that surrounded the residence.
SHESTACKGEORGE N. LINDSAYPETER O. A. SOLBERTSHEILA AVRIN MCLEANEDWARD HALLAM TUCK Directors Emeriti: DUDLEY B. BONSAL WHITNEY NORTH SEYMOUR (1901-1983) BENJAMIN R. SHUTE (1911-1986) BETHULL M. WEBSTER (1900-1989) Page iii A Breach of Impunity The Trial for the Murder of Jesuits in El Salvador Report of the Trial Observer of the International Commission of Jurists FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS New York 1992 Page iv Copyright © 1992 by Fordham University All rights reserved ISBN 0-8232-1443-5 LC 92-26144 Originally published in Spanish (El Salvador: Una Brecha a la Impunidad) in 1991 by the International Commission of Jurists Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Artucio, Alejandro.
A Breach of Impunity: The Trial for the Murders of Jesuits in El Salvador by International Commission of Jurists