Submitted by ub on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 23:43

Justice is a concept involving the fair, moral, and impartial treatment under the law. It means according individuals what they actually deserve.

A 2014 court decision to deport an 80-year-old former Salvadoran defense minister connects his leadership to human rights abuses and a reign of terror against a Salvadoran archbishop and religious women during the 1980s.

Salvadoran General Accused in Killings Should Be Deported, Miami Judge Says

Gen. Jose Guillermo Garcia had previously been sued unsuccessfully under the 1992 U.S. Torture Victim Protection Act in connection to the murder of four Catholic missionaries back in 1980, but Garcia had remained in Florida until now. The Ruling on Gen. José Guillermo García

On December 2, 1980 lay missioner Jean Donovan and three American nuns were brutally murdered by members of El Salvador's security force. This "sensitive, marvelously constructed film" (Catholic New York) chronicles Jean's life, from her affluent childhood in Connecticut, to her decision to volunteer with the Maryknolls in El Salvador, to her tragic death. An award-winning classic for the ages, Roses in December is both an eloquent memorial to the commitment of this courageous young woman and a powerful indictment of U.S. foreign policy in Central America.

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