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Topic - Carlos Manuel Arana Osorio
"The Grandmothers are pointing to this little nugget as evidence that declassified documents help to bring some justice in Argentina then, and thus they want to call for CIA, FBI and Pentagon declassification on Argentina," Mr. Osorio said.
Carlos Osorio, director of the Southern Cone Documentation Project at the National Security Archive at George Washington University, said the Abrams memo is key for those wanting to prove the existence of a systematic taking of children.