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Enforced Disappearances in the Americas are a crime of the present

Headline Title:  Enforced Disappearances in the Americas are a crime of the present 29 August 2012 The last time Victoria Montenegro saw her biological mother, Hilda Ramona Torres, she was just 13 days old. On 13 February 1976, a military intelligence group forced their way into her home in Buenos Aires province, Argentina, killed her parents (both political activists) and took her to a police station. Hernán Antonio Tetzlaff, who led the military operation, took her, changed her name and adopted her as his daughter. From that time Victoria Montenegro was known as Maria Sol Tetzlaff…

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