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From Reagan to Obama: Forced Disappearances in #Honduras | Analysis | teleSUR English

3.6.16

From Reagan to Obama: Forced Disappearances in Honduras | Analysis | teleSUR English: With the Reagan Administration turning a blind eye to the brutality of Battalion 316, intentionally downplaying or denying its violence in order to continue backing Honduras financially and using the country as a key U.S. military outpost, the details of this death squad’s operations did not become clear until years later. A historic expose published in the Baltimore Sun in 1995, which included interviews with ex-Battalion 316 torturers and details from declassified U.S. government documents, revealed the full extent of the secret unit’s atrocities and its close links to Washington.


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