ARGENTINA: The Murders Continue

One morning last week. General Juan José Torres, 56, who served as a leftist President of Bolivia for ten months before being ousted by a military coup in August 1971, left his apartment in Buenos Aires to visit his barber. After getting a haircut, he told his wife, he planned to call on a friend whose mother had died recently. Torres never had a chance to offer his condolences. Roughly 38 hours after he left home, his body was found beside a bridge on a highway 60 miles from the Argentine capital. The...

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