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  • 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"

  • ■ 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

  • 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

  • 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

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