Tracking the Origins of a State Terror Network

  title={Tracking the Origins of a State Terror Network},
  author={J. McSherry},
  journal={Latin American Perspectives},
  pages={38 - 60}
  • J. McSherry
  • Published 2002
  • Political Science
  • Latin American Perspectives
  • Operation Condor was a secret intelligence and operations system created in the 1970s through which the South American military regimes coordinated intelligence information and seized, tortured, and executed political opponents in combined cross-border operations. Condor's key members were Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Brazil, later joined by Ecuador and Peru. In Condor operations, combined military and paramilitary commandos "disappeared" refugees who had fled coups and… CONTINUE READING
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