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Doble Juego: La Argentina Catolica y Militar (Ensayo (Editorial Sudamericana)) [Spanish] [Paperback]

Horacio Verbitsky


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1.0 out of 5 stars Horacio Verbitsky, the Air Force's "efficacious collaborator" during the dirty "war," should not pretend to judge others 5 Oct 2013
By Martin Edwin Andersen - Published on Amazon.com
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For those who do not know the real story of "El Perro" Verbitsky's own collaboration with the Argentine armed forces during the so-called dirty "war," I suggest readers who can read Spanish check out "Horacio Verbitsky, tribulaciones de un "doble agente; EL DÍA QUE LA FUERZA AÉREA LE AGRADECIÓ POR SUS SERVICIOS) ([...]

Or my own, "Pope Francis and some still dirty secrets from Argentina's so-called dirty 'war;' When the accuser should stand among the accused" ([...]

As Jacobo Timerman (who I worked with at Newsweek) once commented to me, how was it that his former employee Verbitsky, well known as a former Montonero intelligence official, was allowed to live undisturbed in Buenos Aires during the worst of the military repression?

To which I would add: How was it that Verbitsky could be mentioned, by name, in a book he ghostwrote while supposedly in clandestinity that was published by the Air Force (in 1979) and read by the same vicious military he claimed to oppose in armed struggle, and not be bothered?

Readers, beware!
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