Ledesma head was summoned for questioning due to alleged complicity in kidnappings during the dictatorship
May 8, 2012
A federal judge in the province of Jujuy called Carlos Pedro Blaquier, Ledesma Group president, and a former manager of one of his companies to unsworn statement by the case of “Blackout Night”, which occurred during the last military dictatorship.
Judge Fernando Poviña called the holder of Ledesma and the former manager of the company during the 70′s, Alberto Lemos, for questioning at the request of the prosecution.
The two men are charged as accomplices to the kidnapping occurred during the July 27, 1976 at the hands of the forces that led Domingo Bussi.
That night, there was a blackout in the towns of Libertador General San Martin, Calilegua and El Talar, and then occured the kidnapping of labor leaders and the former mayor of the first town named.
According to what the prosecution and other human rights organizations claim, employees of Ledesma, with the endorsement of Blaquier, would have attended the statal terrorist forces.
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