Tag Archive: Ortiz v. Gramajo

The Cases of the Foreign Generals Brought to Justice – in Fighting for Public Justice: Cases and Trial Lawyers that Made a Difference – with Beth Stephens – PDF

2001 The Cases of the Foreign Generals Brought to Justice For Hector Gramajo, the former Minister of Defense of Guatemala, it was a proud day. He had been in the U.S. for nearly a year, pursuing post-graduate studies at Harvard’s…
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Tyrants, Terrorists and Torturers Brought to Justice: U.S. Courts Provide Compensation for Victims – New York Law Journal – with Beth Stephens – PDF

Joelito Filártiga 1995 Tyrants, Terrorists and Torturers Brought to Justice: U.S. Courts Provide Compensation for Victims Michael Ratner, former legal director of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), is currently a member of its board of directors. Beth Stephens is a…
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Xuncax v. Gramajo & Ortiz v. Gramajo – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Spring 1994

Two civil damages suits against Hector Gramajo, the ex-Defense Minister of Guatemala, may result in default judg­ments against him. In the first, Xuncax v. Gramajo, Gramajo is charged with designing, ordering, implementing and directing a program of massacres, murders, disappearances­, widespread…
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Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) Docket Report – Fall 1992 – PDF

Docket Report Fall 1992 Cases worked on by Michael Ratner: Haitians Centers Council, Inc. v. McNary – International Human Rights – Pages 10-11 Paul v. Avril – International Human Rights – Pages 11-12 Xuncax v. Gramajo – International Human Rights –…
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Ortiz v. Gramajo – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Fall 1992

Sister Dianna Ortiz, a U.S. nun who was living and teaching literacy and religion to school children in San Miguel Acatan, Guatemala, was abducted by military and security personnel under the direction and control of Hector Gramajo Ortiz was stripped,…
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Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) Docket Report – Fall 1991 – PDF

 12-13Docket Report Fall 1991 Part 1 Docket Report Fall 1991 Part 2 Cases worked on by Michael Ratner: Xuncax v. Gramajo – International Human Rights – Pages 10-11 Ortiz v. Gramajo – International Human Rights – Page 11 Salas v. United States…
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Ortiz v. Gramajo – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Fall 1991

Sister Dianna Ortiz, a U.S. nun who was living and teaching literacy and religion to school children in Antigua, Guatemala, was abducted by military and security personnel under the direction and control of Hector Gramajo. Ortiz was stripped, raped, burned…
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