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CRIME SALVADOR
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June 27, 2002 
El Salvador's National Police tortured, beat and starved political
prisoners in secret torture chambers... 
West Palm Beach, United States of America 
CARLOS MAURICIO TOLD A US COURT HE WAS TORTURED BY EL SALVADORIAN
POLICE DURING CIVIL WAR. 
El Salvador's National Police tortured, beat and starved political
prisoners in secret torture chambers during that country's civil war,
one of their alleged victims, Carlos Mauricio, told a U.S. court on
June 27, 2002. Mauricio, shown in this photo taken June 24, is one of
three Salvadoran-born plaintiffs seeking unspecified civil damages from
two retired generals who ran El Salvador's military and security
forces, including the National Police, during much of the bloody civil
war. Mauricio, 50, said he was kidnapped on June 13, 1983, and tortured
for eight days in secret cells within the National Police headquarters
in San Salvador. REUTERS/Marianne Armshaw

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