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Assembly Commission says murder of Air Force general could be a ‘state crime’

Published on December 03, 2018
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn A commission of National Assembly members has concluded that former government officials, including ex-president Rafael Correa, may share responsibility for the murder of Ecuadorian Air Force General Jorge Gabela. Murdered in December 2010, Gabela, opposed the government’s purchase of Indian-made Dhruv helicopters. “There is sufficient evidence of a possible state crime that […]

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