The Press: Censored

From Buenos Aires last fortnight, TIME Correspondent Robert Neville cabled that he would be filing an important story. In Argentina's Chamber of Deputies, Radical opponents of President Juan Perón's regime had made some sensational charges—that Perón's police force, augmented by hundreds of ex-Nazi soldiers, was torturing and brutalizing political prisoners. But Neville's story never reached TIME, nor did TIME's urgent "What happened?" messages reach Correspondent Neville. Last week, the explanation came.

After writing his story, Neville had turned it over as usual to the Argentine post office for transmission to the U.S. Instead, the post office turned it over to General Arturo...

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