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Bismarck Baracuhy Amancio Ramalho, 1967, Military Intelligence, Phase II
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Mauro Baptista Lobo, 1967, Counterintelligence
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Carlos Alberto Bravo da Camara, 1967, Military Intelligence Phase I;
1967, Counterintelligence Off.
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

SGT Sergio Mazza de Azevedo, 1968, Combat Intelligence; 1968, Advanced
Auto Repair
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Joao Flavio de Freitas Costa, 1967, Counterintelligence
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

CPT Luiz de Souza Aguiar, 1959, Military Police Officer
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Ubirajara Escorcio, 1968, Combat Intelligence
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Jose Gomes da Silva, 1969, Military Police
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

1LT Jose Lamas Portugal,1990, Instructor
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

GEN Helio Lima Ibiapina,1966, Military Intelligence, Phase I
Torture, 1969: Accused by Gregorio Bezerra of false imprisonment and
torture. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Altevir Lopes, 1960, Military Police Officer
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

CPT Paulo Magalhaes, 1959, Military Police Officer
Torture, 1969: Accused in a military court by students Sergio Ubiratan
Manes and Paulo Roberto Manes of torturing them. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Francisco Renato Mello, 1967, Military Intelligence, Phase I
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

CDR. Clemente Jos? Monteiro Filho, 1965, Military Intelligence
Torture, 1969: Accused in military court by the following persons of
torture by various methods, including electric shock: Humberto Trigeiros
Lima, ina de Souza Medeiros, Marta Maria Kagsburnn, Marta Mota Lima
Alavarez, Sebastiao Medeiros Filho and Luis Carlos de Souza Santos.
(Tortura Nunca Mais)

Joao Paulo Moreira Burnier, 1967, Military Intelligence, Phase 1
Torture and Execution, 1971: Accused in military court by political
prisoner Alex Polari de Alverga of torturing and killing Stuart Edgard
Angel Jones. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Clodoaldo Paes Cabral, 1970, Inteligencia Militar para Alistados
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Paulo Scholoenback Rubens, 1970, Inteligencia Militar para Oficiales
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Walfrido Silva, 1964, Jungle Operations
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

CPT. Lucio Valle Barroso, 1970, Military Intelligence for Officers
Torture, 1971: Accused in military court by political prisoner Alex
Polari de Alverga of torture by electric shock, suffocation, and
injection of pentothal. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Thaumaturgo Sotero Voz, 1962, CIO
Torture, 1972: Accused in court by ex-political prisoner Danilo Carneiro
of personally torturing him. (Tortura Nunca Mais)

Moyses Thompson do Nascimento, 1972, Instructor
Repressive Forces: According to the Brazilian human rights group
Tortura Nunca Mais, he is linked to the repressive forces that existed
in Brazil in the 1960’s and 70’s. (Tortura Nunca Mais)
 

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