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  • ■ In 2005, in the first successful use of Spain's laws permitting prosecution for crimes committed in another country, he brought Argentinian ex-naval officer Adolfo Scilingo to trial for crimes against humanity.

    Trial of judge Baltasar Garzón splits a Spain still suffering civil war wounds

  • His targets have included the al-Qaeda 9/11 and Madrid bombings perpetrators, the infamous Chilean General Pinochet, ETA and related Basque terrorist organizations, Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist organizations operating in the Maghreb region, including Spanish enclaves in Morocco, Argentine ex-naval officer Adolfo Scilingo who was convicted of crimes against humanity and others.

    Dorian de Wind: Judge Garzón's Prosecution: Spain's Version of "Lo Pasado, Pasado Está"

  • No couple could better play the part of hero and heroine than Malcolm Stevenson, the rich ex-naval officer and 'Sixpence' the provincial dance hostess he comes to love in the course of a dangerous adventure.

    Movie Night

  • Following this agenda, Zainal explains to Mitford and other ex-naval, air force, and army personnel how he means to proceed: by capturing the next ship which drops more slaves on Botany.

    Freedoms Challenge

  • Not far either from Beggs, whom she saw sitting by the British ex-naval officer.

    Freedoms Challenge

  • The ex-naval personnel have battled for five years for their benefits.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He was looked after by an ex-naval rating and his wife.

    Scales of Justice

  • It was comfortable enough although not air-conditioned; it cruised down the wide, empty tarmac road at fifty miles an hour, hour after hour, manned by ex-naval crew.

    A Town Like Alice

  • He had been accompanied by a friend, Thomas Symes, who, so far as we could ascertain, was an ex-naval officer; and the two, after a short stay at Bulawayo, had gone northward across the Guai river into what was in those days a practically unknown land.

    Uncanny Tales

  • The ex-naval surgeon wasted no time in unnecessary question or comment, but with the grim composure of an old campaigner swiftly proceeded to render first aid to the wounded man.

    The Luck of the Mounted A Tale of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police

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