Hannibal Mocarbel - Aníbal Mocarbel

Hannibal Mocarbel
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Birth name Aníbal Artemio Mocarbel View and modify data on Wikidata
Birth November 4 , 1948 View and modify data on Wikidata
Brazilian Village ( Argentina ) View and modify data on Wikidata
Disappearance February 28 , 1977 View and modify data on Wikidata
Death Rosario
Cause of death Enforced disappearance View and modify data on Wikidata
nationality Argentina
Politic party Montoneros View and modify data on Wikidata
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Occupation Political activist and student View and modify data on Wikidata
Missing reminder, Rosario

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 ]

Review

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 theLa Calamitaclandestine 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 ]

Rubinelli was released a month later in the Fisherton neighborhood [ 7 ] and her kidnappers told her to "forget what happened", [ 3 ] but she went through all the instances to try to find him. [ 5 ]

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 ]

Tribute

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 ]

References

  1. «Unique record of the truth: Entrepreneurs disappeared» . entrerios.gov.ar . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
  2. ^ "MOCARBEL, Aníbal Artemio" . robertobaschetti.com . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
  3. a b c d Marga Macabe (02/03/08). "Memories of the horror of the dictatorship in the first person . " disappeared.org . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
  4. «Her husband, disappeared» . pagina12.com.ar . 02/03/08 . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
  5. a b c José Maggi (10/07/09). Search and Nightmares . pagina12.com.ar . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
  6. ^ "Recognition of La Calamita" . pagina12.com.ar . 10/20/10 . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
  7. ^ A b "Guerrieri-Amelong Trial: Matchday 12" . Diariodelosjuicios.com (in OCTOBER 2010) . Retrieved 01/27/17 .
  8. ^ "Ten accused for the Guerrieri III case" . page12 . 10/13/16 . Retrieved 12/30/16 .
  9. ^ "Guerrieri III case: life imprisonment and common prison for all the accused" . elciudadanoweb.com . 05/12/17 . Retrieved 05/12/17 .
  10. Back to top ↑ "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 .
  11. «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 .
  12. 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 .