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Former navy captain Alfredo Astiz, known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" and who was sentenced to life in prison for torture, murder and rights abuses in October 2011, is pictured during a new trial, in Buenos Aires, on November 28, 2012. A trial involving 800 cases of human rights abuses during Argentina's 1976-1983 military junta opened on Wednesday, chronicling the use of torture and murder during the dictatorship. The trial in Buenos Aires, "was, is and will be the largest trial of crimes against humanity" in Argentina, said rights attorney Rodolfo Yanzon. The infamous "death flights" -- the practice of throwing live prisoners into the sea from aircraft -- will figure prominently in the trial, Yanzon said.  AFP PHOTO/DANIEL GARCIA        (Photo credit should read DANIEL GARCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
Former navy captain Alfredo Astiz, known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" and who was sentenced to life in prison for torture, murder and rights abuses in October 2011, is pictured during a new trial, in Buenos Aires, on November 28, 2012. A trial involving 800 cases of human rights abuses during Argentina's 1976-1983 military junta opened on Wednesday, chronicling the use of torture and murder during the dictatorship. The trial in Buenos Aires, "was, is and will be the largest trial of crimes against humanity" in Argentina, said rights attorney Rodolfo Yanzon. The infamous "death flights" -- the practice of throwing live prisoners into the sea from aircraft -- will figure prominently in the trial, Yanzon said.  AFP PHOTO/DANIEL GARCIA        (Photo credit should read DANIEL GARCIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Este 24 de marzo se cumplen 42 años del último golpe militar en Argentina. El secretario de Derechos Humanos de Argentina, Claudio Avruj, habló en Perspectivas desde Buenos Aires sobre el caso del represor Alfredo Astiz. "Él fue condenado por delitos gravísimos, en el marco de la justicia, con una justicia que él no le dio a sus víctimas", dijo Avruj.

¿Le darán prisión domiciliaria a Alfredo Astiz?

Este 24 de marzo se cumplen 42 años del último golpe militar en Argentina. El secretario de Derechos Humanos de Argentina, Claudio Avruj, habló en Perspectivas desde Buenos Aires sobre el caso del represor Alfredo Astiz. "Él fue condenado por delitos gravísimos, en el marco de la justicia, con una justicia que él no le dio a sus víctimas", dijo Avruj.