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1998: Winning Memorial for the State University of Florida

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This article would broach the question of the truth about Father Albino and his work as an undercover government agent, clarify many questions on the opposition's negotiations with the military after the elections and tell the truth about the planned military-coup. Three followers of Father Albino committed suicide by setting fire to their homes in order to clear his name. The Court declared the articles in effect 1) create grave disturbances to public order and that their contents incited racial hatred and lawless action against the Choclo, and 2) gravely imperil the nation's security. On May 8, 1998, the Commission referred the case to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

Keywords: Father Albino; Human Rights; Hypothetical Case; Inter-American court; Ithaka; Remulo Estrada



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