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Sunday, August 07, 2005
Cleaning up some unfinished business
Looks like the Left's hero, Daniel Ortega -- the Hugo Chavez of his day -- might actually answer for his mass murders. There's no anti-Ortega frenzy in the media or the "international human rights" set, as there was for Augusto Pinochet. I wonder if, as with so many others, his socialism buys him a human rights exemption sticker.
Posted by Ezra Levant on August 7, 2005 | Permalink
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I suspect it does, unfortunately. Don't count on the New York Times' editorial page for press for a trial of Ortega.
Posted by: Matthew Vadum | 2005-08-07 2:55:26 PM
Ortega has been able to avoid charges of theft, fraud, corruption, the murder of a security guard at a bank, and for the continuos raping of his (adoptive) daughter over a period of more than a decade. It would be nice if things finally caught up to him, but I doubt it.
Posted by: Marco Navarro-Genie | 2005-08-07 7:29:34 PM
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