Vol 03 No 04 & 05 – The Torture Fantasy (August – October 2014)

WHEN knowledge is limited to only quantifiable facts and events, we “become blind to the most important meanings of human existence,” pointed out Ignacio Martin-Baró once in his extraordinary work. He was a Jesuit priest who was murdered together with five other colleagues and their housekeeper and her young daughter by the Salvadoran government’s elite Atlacatl Battalion, a “counter-insurgency unit” created at the US Army’s School of the Americas in Fort Benning, Georgia in 1980.