|The Case for Closing the School of the Americas|
THE CASE FOR CLOSING THE SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS
Copyright © 2005 Brigham Young University; Bill Quigley
On the morning of November 16, 1989, Salvadoran soldiers made their way into the Pastoral Center at the Central American University in San Salvador. They ordered five Jesuit priests to go outside and lie face down on the ground, where they were subsequently shot and killed. A sixth priest, the housekeeper, and her 16 year-old daughter were then murdered inside the residence. The Jesuits had been labeled "subversives" by the Salvadoran government for speaking out against the socioeconomic structure of Salvadoran society.
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