As in the case below, justice should not evade Castro's military dictatorship for the torture and killing of thousands of innocent Cubans.
From The Atlantic:
More Prison Time for Argentina’s Last Dictator
Reynaldo Bignone is already serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity.
The last military dictator of Argentina was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Friday for his involvement in a covert campaign that hunted down his political opponents.
Reynaldo Bignone, who served as the country’s president from 1982 to 1983, was implicated for his involvement in Operation Condor, a covert program between six South American dictators and their secret police.
Bignone, who is 88 years old, is already serving a life sentence for other human-rights violations he committed after the 1976 coup while he was a general, including his involvement in the torture and killing of 56 people.
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