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Argentine Court to Give Historic Operation Condor Crimes Ruling | News | teleSUR English: The victims’ lawyer Luz Palmas says declassified documents show that former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger kept correspondence with an Argentine minister. But controversially, Kissinger and other U.S. officials are not part of the current investigation.

“What we found among the large amount of documents we presented as evidence is that the U.S. definitely had knowledge of the existence of the operation, and even provided a communications station in Panama for the intelligence services of the six nations involved,” said Gast�n Chillier, executive director of the Center for Legal and Social Studies (CELS).

One of the best pieces of evidence, according to the Buenos Aires Herald, is a memorandum of a conversation between Kissinger and then Argentine foreign minister Admiral Cesar Augusto Guzetti, which was declassified by the National Security Archive (NSA) in 2004. "If there are things that have do be done, you should do them quickly," Kissinger told Guzetti in a meeting in Santiago, Chile in June 1976.

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