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Operation Condor

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Jesus Paez

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Transcript of Operation Condor

Operation Condor By: Jesus
M.
Paez What was life like during
Operation Condor ? What was the outcome
of Operation Condor Los Desaparecidos (The Disappeared ) Citizens How were terrorist, communists, or supposed terrorists, & communists treated by the government What was the connection
between other countries. People who were involved in Operation Condor (Life for Terrorists) What were the rights given to citizens during Operation Condor & what did the citizens do What was Operation
Condor Things associated to Operation Condor What was the purpose of Operation Condor ? What is Operation Condor & what did it
do ? Operation Condor was a campaign of assassination
& information- gathering conducted jointly by the
security services of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, & Uruguay. Operation Condor was the idea to eradicate communist or soviet influence, and control active or potential opposition movements against the participating governments Kidnapping
Interrogation
Murder
SIDE
DINA (Chilean Secret Police)
MIR
ERP (Montorenos)
Tupamaros Suspended all constitutional guarantees
All citizens were in constant danger they could be accused at any time for being involved terrorist groups
From Argentina alone more than half a million people immigrated to other countries such as ( Europe, Canada, etc..) Marxist, journalist, trade unionist, students, and alleged sympathizers ( The family, friends, & colleagues of these people were also involved )
If you were involved with someone who was accused of being a communist or terrorist you would either be detained, kidnapped, or killed
*Workers* If people even shared the same first or last name as the person accused you would have been detained or interrogated just for sharing the same name. When the alleged criminals were interrogated they were tortured to release information.
Many of the people who were interrogated were either drugged, & tortured either physically or mentally. The Desaparesidos were refugees or citizens (mainly communist, etc..) who have gone missing because of kidnapping in Operation Condor. Still haven't been found to this day Many citizens immigrated to other countries to avoid Operation Condor because people who (accused of being) weren't involved were either kidnapped or found dead. Bodies were usually just thrown out
in the open or in garbage disposals Conclusion Ultimately Operation Condor was a campaign of
assassination and information-gathering. Citizens were in constant danger during these times. Works Cited/ Bibliography (Costar K.) (Osario C.) (Segura F.) & (Federman N.). (October 4th, 1976). Document, 1-15. Retrieved, May 15th , 2013 from http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB73/index2.htm
David Marcelo Ibañez (November 22nd,2012). Golpe militar argentino. Retrieved, May 15th, 2013 from http://www.slideshare.net/rallyibanez/golpe-militar-argentino-1976
Tricot T. (1999). The CIA’s “Operation Condor”: Dirty War, Death Squad, and The Disappeared. Retrieved May 15th, 2013 http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-cias-operation- condor-dirty-war- death-squads-and-the-disappeared/5327003
Kaplan J. (Tuesday, March 12th , 2013, 1:00 a.m.). "La Operación Cóndor fue un laberinto de crímenes. Retrieved May 15th, 2013 from http://www.lacapital.com.ar/politica/La-Operacion-Condor-fue-un-laberinto-de-crimenes-20130312-0027.html Question: Thesis If terrorists or communists passed the boarders to
other countries that were involved in the formation of
Operation Condor they would be detained inside the state for interrogations
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