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[DOC] Tomás Ojea Quintana rejoinder to Ford’s response to allegations of involvement in abuses in Argentina during the military dictatorship (1976-1983)

Author: Tomás Ojea Quintana, on behalf of the workers´ legal representatives, Published on: 20 April 2007

More than thirty years have passed since violations of human rights against union workers from Ford took place inside the Company´s main factory in Argentina. No meaningful explanations were given to the victims by the Company since then. Ford even denied allegations and failed to provide information about the facts, when it was called before the 1984 Truth Commission in Argentina...Besides the desire of pursuing justice, victims always expected, and they still expect, a recognition, a clear explanation, even a friendly communication from the automobile company...

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