I’m peace-loving and tolerant, Karadzic tells genocide trial

Judges in Argentina have convicted three former navy officers of summarily executing 16 political prisoners, and called on the US to extradite a fourth suspect living in Miami.

The Massacre of Trelew in 1972 presaged the violence leading to Argentina’s bloody dictatorship four years later.

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The inmates were shot even though a judge publicly guaranteed their safety.

The judges gave life sentences for murder to Emilio del Real, Luis Sosa and Carlos Marandino. Former navy Captain Roberto Bravo was charged with them, but a US judge denied his extradition.