Prosecution of alleged intellectuals of the Jesuit masacre is coming

The process will go to the third criminal chamber and then to the Third Peace Court so that the accused are notified of the process and an initial hearing is convened. The Attorney General Rodolfo Delgado reported yesterday that the Criminal Chamber declared inadmissible the appeals filed by those accused of the massacre of Jesuit priests Ignacio Ellacuría, Ignacio Martín Baro, Segundo Montes Mozo, Joaquín López y López, Amando López and Juan Ramón Moreno, and the collaborators Julia Elba Ramos and her youngest daughter Celina Mariceth Ramos. Seguir leyendo Prosecution of alleged intellectuals of the Jesuit masacre is coming

«The government handed over all the information there was on the El Mozote massacre,» — says Deputy Ernesto Castro.

The president of the Legislative Assembly, Ernesto Castro, mentioned that during the administration of President Nayib Bukele, all the documentation related to the El Mozote massacre in Morazán was delivered. Seguir leyendo «The government handed over all the information there was on the El Mozote massacre,» — says Deputy Ernesto Castro.

«ARENA and FMLN forgave each other their sins, and they remained calm. That is what they agreed. You can’t commemorate something like that» – Ernesto Castro

In the opinion of Ernesto Castro, president of the Legislative Assembly, the signing of the Peace Accords in 1992, rather than bringing peace to the population, resulted in an amnesty pact for ARENA and FMLN. «What the Peace Accords granted was an amnesty pact. ARENA and FMLN forgave each other their sins, and they remained calm. That is what they agreed. You can’t commemorate something like that» — he mentioned. Seguir leyendo «ARENA and FMLN forgave each other their sins, and they remained calm. That is what they agreed. You can’t commemorate something like that» – Ernesto Castro

The Salvadoran congress considers creating a special commission for war crimes

The Legislative Assembly of El Salvador is considering creating a new special commission to investigate war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the armed conflict in this country (1980-1992), confirmed the head of Nuevas Ideas party, Christian Guevara. Seguir leyendo The Salvadoran congress considers creating a special commission for war crimes

ARENA and FMLN oppose the reopening of the Jesuit case

The political opposition is not in favor of the Jesuits’ case being reopened, a matter that arose with the resolution of the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice, which admitted the previous Wednesday an injunction filed by the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) against the Criminal Chamber, which had sent the case to the archive. Seguir leyendo ARENA and FMLN oppose the reopening of the Jesuit case

Former President Alfredo Cristiani, as well as retired soldiers, are required to appear in court for the Jesuit murder case

After learning that the Constitutional Chamber admitted the reopening of the case against those involved in the massacre of the Jesuit priests, including several former military chiefs, the former president Alfredo Cristiani, and others involved in this case, all will be notified of the process to appear in court. Seguir leyendo Former President Alfredo Cristiani, as well as retired soldiers, are required to appear in court for the Jesuit murder case

To know the truth, have justice, and receive comprehensive reparation. The Jesuit massacre case will be reopened as ruled by the Constitutional Chamber.

To know the truth, have justice, and receive comprehensive reparation. The Jesuit massacre case will be reopened as ruled by the Constitutional Chamber. Seguir leyendo To know the truth, have justice, and receive comprehensive reparation. The Jesuit massacre case will be reopened as ruled by the Constitutional Chamber.