Suspected death squad cars found at Argentine base


* Rusty, dust-covered cars found at a naval base warehouse * Part of probe into Dirty War-era human rights crimes * Falcons have sinister reputation in Argentina By Luis Andres Henao BUENOS AIRES, March 27 (Reuters) - Argentine investigators have unearthed 43 Ford Falcon cars that death squads may have used to abduct dissidents during the country's 1976-1983 "Dirty War," court documents published on Tuesday showed. The Falcons conjure spine-chilling memories in Argentina because they were ...

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