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by FÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¡bio de Oliveira Ribeiro
Saturday, Apr. 24, 2010 at 2:53 AM
Kissinger: a convinced criminal until his finishes second of life.
More than 30 years after her to have turned the most powerful American Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger returns to the scene, to the 87 years, to deny the obvious. In declaration read on this Thursday (22) for his spokesperson, Kissinger declared that she didn't have any participation in the "Operação Condor" (that took to the death thousands of opponents to the military regimes of South America in the years 70 and 80). “The accusation is totally false”, it summarized.
In 10 of last April, the organization The National Security Archive (NSA) it relighted the theme when publishing developing documents of the former-secretary's omission before the accusation of political murders in the South America. According to the documents, Kissinger disapproved American diplomats in Chile, in Argentina and in Uruguay the if they pronounce openly against such crimes. The initial orders for the pronouncement had left of own Kissinger.
Five days after this, the explosion of a car-bomb in the Massachusetts avenue, in Washington, provoked the Chilean former-chancellor's Orlando Letelier death—one of the most critical voices to dictator Augusto Pinochet. In the opinion of NSA, the attack was Operação Condor's "most infamous" action—that gathered the military intelligence services and the organs of repression of Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and Bolivia.
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