Foreign Ministry official Elena Holmberg and renowned writer Haroldo Conti were among those who disappeared at the hands of security forces during the Argentine dictatorship
Buenos Aires Police Chief told CIA "he wanted no prisoners for interrogation, only cadavers"
Junta leader General Rafael Videla sought to hide mass murder to protect Argentina’s image
Before coup, CIA analysts predicted rise of "hardline mentality... to dominate the Army”
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Patricia Derian reported that “Argentina has the worst human rights record in South America”