Almudena Bernabéu, co-founder of The Guernica Group, will speak at The University of California, Berkeley, at the event: “Justice for the Jesuits: The 1989 Murders and the Extradition of Colonel Montano“.
On the morning of November 16, 1989, an elite unit of the Salvadoran Army entered the grounds of a Jesuit university in San Salvador, ordered to kill a priest critical of the military dictatorship and leave no witnesses. When it was all over, the soldiers murdered six priests, a housekeeper, and her daughter in cold blood.
Almudena Bernabeu led the investigation and prosecution for the murders that resulted in the extradition of Inocente Orlando Montano, who as El Salvador’s Vice Minister of Defense and Public Safety in 1989 helped instigate the attack.
Date: Thursday, February 22,
Time: 4:00 pm
Venue: 223 Moses Hall
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