Former Judge Romano on Interpol’s ‘Wanted’ list

Buenos Aires Herald on December 19, 2011 released the following:

“Interpol issued an arrest warrant against former Argentine Judge Otilio Roque Romano, who fled to Chile after being accused of having connection to crimes against humanity during the last military dictatorship.

Romano, 68-years-old, currently appears in the international organization’s website in the Wanted list of “crimes against humanity.”

During a rally held in Mendoza last Friday, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced that the national government would ask Chile for Romano’s extradition.

Last August, Romano ran to Chile when he was summoned to court over a crimes against humanity investigation.”


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