Hannibal Mocarbel - Aníbal Mocarbel
|Birth name||Aníbal Artemio Mocarbel|
|Birth|| November 4 , 1948 |
Brazilian Village ( Argentina )
|Disappearance||February 28 , 1977|
|Cause of death||Enforced disappearance|
|Occupation||Political activist and student|
Aníbal Artemio Mocarbel ( Aldea Brasilera , November 4, 1948, kidnapped disappeared in Rosario , February 28, 1977) [ 1 ] was a militant of the Peronist University Youth and Montoneros , kidnapped and disappeared by the last civic-military dictatorship . [ 2 ]
He came to Rosario in the mid-1960s to study Architecture at UNR while working as a carpenter. [ 3 ] He was a member of the Catholic Action group and later joined the Litoral Student Union, where he was one of those responsible for introducing Peronism into the university. [ 4 ] He participated in the organization of the Rosariazo and at the beginning of the seventies he joined the so-called Base Peronism , and later he was one of the founders of the Revolutionary Armed Forces . [ 3 ]
Kidnapping and disappearance
He was kidnapped, along with his wife María Luisa Rubinelli, by a group of civilians who identified themselves as policemen [ 5 ] and taken to the “ La Calamita ” clandestine detention center in Granadero Baigorria , before his murder. [ 5 ] [ 6 ] l There is a possibility that had been in a second CCD in Baigorria: Fifth Canut. [ 3 ]
Guerrieri III trial
The ninth trial against humanity in Rosario
In the Guerrieri III trial , among other crimes, the murders of Aníbal Mocarbel, Marta María Forestello , Eduardo José Toniolli , Guillermo White , Edgar Tulio Valenzuela and several dozen other disappeared were investigated . [ 8 ]
Among numerous testimonies, Rubinelli said that in the carelessness of her captors she managed to see her husband " lying on a mattress, bandaged and handcuffed, and other men in the same condition ." [ 7 ]
In 2017, life imprisonment and a common prison were issued to all those involved in the case: Eduardo Costanzo, former PCI Walter Pagano, Ariel López, Juan Andrés Cabrera and Rodolfo Daniel Isach (who was also a police officer), and the military Pascual Guerrieri; Marino Héctor González; Alberto Pelliza; Jorge Fariña and Juan Amelong, members of Rosario's 121st Intelligence Detachment during the last dictatorship. [ 9 ] Nine of them had already been sentenced in other trials. [ 10 ]
In March 2012, a mural was placed that occupied almost the entire front of the General Council of Education in Paraná, with a photo of Mocarbel along with the rest of the people from Entre Ríos who disappeared during the dictatorship . [ 11 ] [ 12 ]
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- "MOCARBEL, Aníbal Artemio" . robertobaschetti.com . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
- Marga Macabe (02/03/08). "Memories of the horror of the dictatorship in the first person . " disappeared.org . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
- «Her husband, disappeared» . pagina12.com.ar . 02/03/08 . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
- José Maggi (10/07/09). Search and Nightmares . pagina12.com.ar . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
- "Recognition of La Calamita" . pagina12.com.ar . 10/20/10 . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
- "Guerrieri-Amelong Trial: Matchday 12" . Diariodelosjuicios.com (in OCTOBER 2010) . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
- "Ten accused for the Guerrieri III case" . page12 . 10/13/16 . Retrieved 12/30/16 .
- "Guerrieri III case: life imprisonment and common prison for all the accused" . elciudadanoweb.com . 05/12/17 . Retrieved 05/12/17 .
- "Rosario: the ten military and civil intelligence officers were sentenced to life imprisonment in the Guerrieri III case . " fiscal.gob.ar . 05/12/17 . Retrieved 05/13/17 .
- «With a mural in front of the CGE, they left the faces of the entrerrianos disappeared in the dictatorship captured» . digital analysis . 03/23/12. Archived from the original on February 2, 2017 . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
- The missing list was taken from the book Rebels and Executors Stella Calloni (03/10/08). Rebels and Executors. From Daniel Enz, published in November 1995, republished in March 2008 » . digital analysis . Archived from the original on February 2, 2017 . Retrieved 01/27/17 .