Making the State Do Justice: Transnational Prosecutions and International Support for Criminal Investigations in Post-Armed Conflict Guatemala by ProQuest


The effort to obtain witness testimony and extradition of the defendants in the transnational cases has led to considerable litigation in Guatemalan courts on international law issues.\n He was also the person who filed the first complaint in Spanish courts using that country's universal jurisdiction law to investigate Latin American military dictators; in 1996, he accused Argentina's military high command of genocide, terrorism, and torture, in what would eventually become known as the Pinochet case.

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