Ahora en vivo
Former De facto presidents Jorge Rafael Videla and Reynaldo Bignone were sentenced to 50 and 30 years in prison, respectively, over the robbery of infants during the "Dirty War."
Meanwhile, Jorge “Tigre” Acosta, who allegedly ran the navy centre’s torture sessions, to 15 years.
Videla and Bignone were accused in 34 cases of infants who were taken from mothers held in different clandestine torture and detention centres, Videla, unrepentant about rights abuses committed by the state, described himself as a "political prisoner" during the trial and denied abductions were part of a systematic plan.
Also on trial were Jorge Luis Magnacco, a doctor who worked in the Navy detention centre, sentenced also to 15 years in prison, and five prominent dictatorship figures: Antonio Vañek, the junta’s former navy attaché in Washington sentenced to 40 years; former army general Santiago Riveros, responsible for gathering intelligence from detainees at Campo de Mayo, sentenced to 20 years; and former coast guard Juan Antonio Azic, who allegedly tortured detainees under Acosta’s direction, to 14 years in prison.