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Baltasar Garzón in conversation with Pablo Ordaz

Querétaro 2019 , 

The Spanish jurist Baltasar Garzón has an impressive career: since 1981 he has organized investigations into crimes against humanity, terrorism, drug trafficking, corruption and financial crime, especially those linked to the Franco dictatorship; in 1998 he ordered the arrest of the former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in London, a case that startled the world. He later held posts such as advisor to the Hague Tribunal; head of the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange’s legal defence; advisor to the Public Prosecution of Colombia; and coordinator of the International Justice Reform Observatory in Ecuador. This year he has published No a la impunidad, which tells of his experience defending human rights, the fight against corruption and his own personal sacrifices for these causes. He will talk to Pablo Ordaz.

Baltasar Garzón in conversation with Pablo Ordaz