Marie Monique Robin

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Maria Eugenia Sampallo - "French Connection"
... information Torture during the Algerian War French journalist Marie-Monique Robin has found in the archives of the Quai d'Orsay, the French Ministry of ... In practice, declared Robin to Página/12, the arrival of the French in Argentina led to a massive extension of intelligence services and of the use of torture as the ... However, UMP deputy Roland Blum, in charge of the Commission, refused to hear Marie-Monique Robin, and published in December 2003 a 12-page report ...

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