The expert testimony of lawyers from the Pro Human Rights Association of Spain and witnesses Terry Karl of Stanford University and Kate Doyle of the National Security Archive was presented before the Spanish National Court in the Jesuits Massacre Case. Two Salvadoran witnesses, whose names are being withheld for security reasons, also testified.
Updates in Immigration Fraud Case Against Montano
September 11th, 2012
On September 11, 2012, Inocente Orlando Montano, retired Salvadoran colonel and defendant in CJA’s Jesuits Massacre Case in Spain, pled guilty to six counts of federal criminal immigration fraud and perjury before district judge Douglas P. Woodlock.
February 10th, 2012
The United States has indicted Inocente Orlando Montano, a retired Salvadoran colonel and a defendant in CJA’s Jesuits Massacre Case in Spain, on federal criminal immigration fraud and perjury charges. Montano is accused of making false statement regarding his involvement in human rights abuses in his application for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), a humanitarian immigration benefit for Salvadorans unable to return safely to their home country.
August 23rd, 2011
In the early morning of August 23, 2011, Federal officials took into custody Inocente Orlando Montano, former Salvadoran minister responsible for the 1989 murder of six Jesuit priests and two women, on charges of lying on immigration documents that he filed with the federal government after taking up residence in Massachusetts in 2004.
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