Ecuador accused of war crime in case of missing Peruvian civilian during Cenepa conflict

Posted on August 25, 2016 • Filed under: Border Issues, Crime, Ecuador, Peru, Police/Military Activity REPORTED
Justice and truth for the disappearance of Peruvian businessman Jorge Vasquez Durand in Ecuador, sued his wife Maria Esther Gomero judges of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, on the first day of hearings this supranational body made in Mexico.

The Peruvian citizen was arrested in Huaquillas on January 30, 1995, in the Cenepa conflict, allegedly by members of the Intelligence Service of the neighboring country. His wife recalled that day called her from Aguas Verdes, Tumbes, reassuringly in view of the tension that existed on the border issue. He said his merchandise was in the Ecuadorian customs, and only expected to go to Peru. That was the last time you heard of him. For other merchants, he learned after he had been arrested.

he Truth Commission of Ecuador recorded the case of Jorge Vasquez. He indicates that he was a victim of illegal detention, torture and enforced disappearance.
proficient. Before the Inter-American Court, Alejandro Valencia, said that Peru was a civilian, so that Ecuador failed to respect international rules and have committed a war crime. Read Article


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