A Miami federal magistrate has denied Argentina’s request to extradite a North Miami businessman to face trial over that country’s infamous Trelew massacre in 1972.

Roberto Guillermo Bravo was said by Argentina to be the triggerman when 16 rebels were lined up outside the Zar prison and executed. The military government of Argentina at the time said the rebels were killed in an escape attempt.

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