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Announcement :: Globalization : Human Rights : International : War and Militarism
Torture Survivor Speaks Out in Boston This Week
14 Apr 2007
Salvadoran Torture Survivor Carlos Mauricio Speaks Out Against US Repression
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Join Carlos Mauricio this week and hear an eyewitness report from the first human rights delegation to inspect the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) —- a new School of the Americas-style police training facility in El Salvador.

== WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 ==
5 pm at MIT: Building #4, Room 4-270 (2nd Floor)
Campus Map: http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg

7 pm at Harvard Yard: Emerson Hall, Rm 305
Campus Map: http://map.harvard.edu/

== THURSDAY APRIL 19 ==
7 pm at Boston College: Higgins Building, Rm 310
Campus Map: http://www.bc.edu/about/maps/s-chestnuthill.html

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT Boston CISPES at 617.576.1709 or boscispes (at) gtcinternet.com.

== BACKGROUND ==

In 1982 professor Carlos Mauricio was abducted by the Salvadoran National Police, detained for two weeks and tortured. In 2002, Carlos was a plaintiff in an historic, successful lawsuit that held two retired Salvadoran generals liable for the crimes of troops under thier command.

In March of this year, Carlos joined Father Roy Bourgeois and Lisa Sullivan-Rodriguez of School of the Americas Watch in investigating the new International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA), a police training school sponsored by the U.S. in San Salvador.

--> SPONSORED BY Boston CISPES (Committee In Solidarity with the People of El Salvador) and SOA Watch New England. Founded in 1980, CISPES is a
leading U.S. organization supporting the movement for social justice in El Salvador.
See also:
http://www.CISPES.org
http://www.SOAW.org

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