Cases of women murdered in the Argentine dictatorship revealed | News

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In the last few hours, the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo Association announced the resolution of four new cases of women murdered before giving birth during the civil-military dictatorship.


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Through a statement, the human rights organization announced the resolution of the cases of Dora Elena Vargas, Olga Liliana Vaccarini, Hilda Margarita Farías and Liliana Beatriz Girardi, all of whom were pregnant at the time of their murder.

The women were murdered before giving birth and the resolution of the cases came from cross-referencing data with the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF).

The statement, disseminated through the official social networks of Abuelas Córdoba, regrets that it is not the first time that a search must be closed with this sad outcome. During almost 46 years of tireless struggle, the organization closed 15 similar cases of women murdered before giving birth.

"Unfortunately, this is not the first time that we have to conclude a search with this ending. Throughout these almost 46 years of struggle we closed 15 cases of women murdered before giving birth, and today we must add four more to that list "said the document.

"These are cases that have taken years of investigation, procedures and reconstruction. Also, time of assimilation by the families who, in many cases have decided to grieve in privacy. State terrorism committed the most horrendous crimes: forced disappearances , kidnappings, torture, murders, sexual crimes".

The identifications of these four women have been the product of documentary investigations, exhumation of common graves, comparison of fingerprints and ten-prints, among other expertise carried out by various institutions and organizations that work to reconstruct what happened to the missing victims of the dictatorship. , since the genocidaires continue to remain silent after more than 40 years.

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