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Download Uceda - Muerte en El Pentagonito. DOWNLOAD PDF. Report this file. Description. Descripción: Muerte en el Pentagonito. Ricardo Uceda Perez (born July 27, ) is a Peruvian journalist notable for his In , he published the book Muerte en el Pentagonito: Los cementerios secretos del Ejército Peruano, which explored individual cases in the long conflict. cifras tan elevadas de muertes causadas por el PCP-Sendero Luminoso pueden explicarse en Centro de Detención del SIE (sótanos del Pentagonito)

Hay varias razones para entender por qu el estilo del ministro encanta. Los especialistas que consultamos tienen sus propias explicaciones. Para el director del Instituto de Neuroestimu- lacin de Lima, el psiquiatra Michael Kabar, se trata de un tema de contras- tes. Los ministros anteriores han dado la impresin de ser mucho ms pasivos y han sido una decepcin. Una persona como Urresti, con un estilo desenfa- dado, mucho ms proactivo, moviliza ciertas emociones en la poblacin, a quienes inspira esperanza: la esperanza de que va a cambiar las cosas. Pero adems, segn seala, existe otro factor: las acciones valen ms que las palabras. En un pas donde estamos acostumbrados a que los polticos recurran a promesas que no cumplen, y donde estamos hartos de los discur- sos y la palabrera, Urresti no se hace problemas y lidia con los problemas de delincuencia comn de manera directa y agresiva. Si tienes un televisor es imposible que no lo conozcas. Daniel Urresti es ministro del Interior desde hace menos de tres meses, pero lo ms probable es que sientas que es un protagonista eterno de la poltica nacional o de la farndula, pues en su caso es difcil distinguir una de otra. Pero seamos justos: no pretendemos condenar a Urresti solo porque le gustan los reflectores.

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En este contexto, Urresti es defnitivamen- te una lavada de cara para los encarga- dos de protegernos, tan mal vistos en los ltimos aos por su desidia. Lo ms rescatable es que realmente se est dedicando al ministerio.

Con muchos errores, con pocas polticas, pero es una persona que le dedica bas- tante tiempo a los asuntos del sector Interior, nos dice Caparrs. Muchos problemas menores a veces se resuelven rpidamente con una atencin directa como la que l est dando, agrega. Adems, en este pas tan catico, el discurso de la mano dura siempre ha calado en buena parte de la poblacin. La personalidad y las acciones de Urresti no podran estar ms en sin- tona con esta imagen de pap duro, esa fgura de autoridad que muchos pensaban que Humala ejercera por su formacin militar para hacerle frente a la delincuencia.

Pero el presidente dej un espacio vaco que Urresti llen perfectamente al tomar al toro por las astas y a los delincuentes por el cuello. Por otro lado, mientras los antecesores de Urresti minimizaban de alguna manera el crecimiento de la inseguri- dad ciudadana al referirse a sta como una simple percepcin; al poner el pecho en las intervenciones en San Jacinto, redadas callejeras e incautacio- nes de drogas, el expendable Urresti da la seal contraria: si salgo a la calle es porque la inseguridad no es una percepcin, sino real.

Y es que eso de decir que no hay ms inseguridad solo porque nos comparamos con ciudades violentsimas como Caracas o Mxico DF, suena a tomadura de pelo. Sino que lo digan los polticos que fueron incluidos en su lista de postulantes municipales que han sido o se encuentran some- tidos a procesos de investigacin o a procesos judiciales, impedimento de salida del pas, conmutacin de pena, as como requisitoriados y sentencia- dos por trfco ilcito de drogas. Dicha seleccin de joyitas fue entregada al JNE para darnos mayores luces sobre quines podran ser nuestras autorida- des en un futuro cercano.

Y si de cifras hablamos, en julio de este ao, con tan solo 22 das de gestin, ya haba desbaratado a ms de ban- das difcil de creer, a menos que hayan incluido en la lista a bandas de rock, peleadas ltimamente. Para el 3 de se- tiembre, logr que se incineren, en uno de los golpes ms grandes al narcotrf- co en lo que va del ao, siete toneladas y media de cocana en Trujillo.

Digamos que para quedar mejor, solo le faltaba atrapar al responsable del de- ceso del Mar Muerto, vengar a Daniel F con la captura del Asesino de la Ilusin o meter presos a todos los que roban cartas en Yu-Gi-Oh!

Pero ac es cuando el gusto excesivo por las portadas y titulares de los noti- cieros le comenzaron a jugar en contra a Urresti.

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Cuando anunci que iba a presentar a los medios al recientemente capturado Paul Olrtiga, una frase vino a la cabeza de todos: cortina de humo. Era necesario que el ministro del Interior est presente en la captura del sospechoso de un caso de homicidio?

Su presencia tendra que ver con que el acusado fuese el viudo de la fallecida cantante del grupo peruano ms popu- lar del momento Corazn Serrano? Luis Castaeda Lossio, por ejemplo, tuvo 1, menciones entre el 12 de julio y el 12 de agosto, es decir, en plena campaa electoral para retomar el silln de Pizarro. De ser pagadas, esa exposicin meditica le costara al candidato ms de tres millones de dlares.

De seguro te parecer un precio altsimo, pero eso es porque no sabes cunto le hubiera costado a Daniel Urresti acompaarnos todos los das, en desayuno, almuerzo y cena, tal como lo hace actualmente. En el mismo periodo de tiempo, el ministro, que en teora no se postula a nada, tuvo ms de 3, apariciones en medios de comunicacin peridicos, televisin, radio, etc.

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Present to your audience. Witnesses, including soldiers, spoke of public mass rape as part of incursions into villages and the imposition of power in those communities.

Evidence emerged that rape and other forms of sexual violence were used as a form of torture and punishment of captured women.

Violent initiation rites were effective in creating consciously and deliberately to keep all women in a subordinated position and in a state of fear. As she wrote, all men benefit from this subordination and all men are culpable.

Differentiation between meanings and purposes becomes irrelevant. The force exerted over soldiers does not absolve the perpetrators of murder, torture and rape. Rather, rape is arguably the ultimate act of complicity in the subordination and violation of a people.

In cases of mutilation, torture and murder, a perpetrator could claim that he was forced by fear for his own life.

Perhaps this is why gang rape is so effective Downloaded from ijtj. One such picture tells how the victim fled her place of refuge when attacked by a CAD, how she lost her mother, husband and child during her flight and how she spent weeks in a military base, where she was abused by soldiers.

After several weeks in captivity, she and others were entregadas, or handed in, to the CAD. These men, civil allies of the army, could choose a wife from among the captives. By participating in the sexual violence against women perpetrated by soldiers, CAD members became, as noted above, explicitly complicit in the subordination of the civil population. This complicity, in turn, enforced loyalty to the military and furthered the destruction of the existing social fabric of the population.

Any confusion about gender roles in the peasant population as a consequence of the fighting is, of course, undermined by such violent sexual subordination of women. Women were assigned particular female roles as reproducers of the community and providers of food and sex. As such, this strategy of divide and rule not only weakened communities but also explicitly reinforced gendered hierarchies within them.

These rape regimes — public mass rape, sexual violence as part of torture and war booty rape — all have the distinctive characteristic of being used as a weapon of war.

Some first-time perpetrators were forced into this violence, but became accustomed to rape and other cruelties. Rape is not only about strategy or even about violence; it can also be about sexual consumption. Rape as Consumption Accounts of rape by both victims and perpetrators suggest that rape is often consumed, acted out as a desirable and pursued sexual event, albeit one immersed in violence and physical domination.

In the rape regimes discussed above, rape becomes one of the violences that serve objectives of terror, subordination and complicity. The end goal is winning a war, even if the war is against innocent people or a misconceived enemy, or is 35 CVR Report, supra n 3 at vol.

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Enloe, Does Khaki Become You? Caroline O. Moser and Fiona C. Clark London: Zed Books, 2001. However, many rape regimes during wartime do not serve that end goal. The consumption of female bodies is often justified with a discourse that claims that men hardworking soldiers! This form of argument has buy-in from male military organizations throughout the world. In Peru, no evidence exists of organized, voluntary prostitution for soldiers during the war.

However, many women were forced to prostitute themselves.

On military bases, captured women often had to cook for their rapists, as one woman testified: He had me as his wife, I served him as his wife for one week, in the evenings they came to look for me saying — go and denounce us! And he took me to his bed, every night of the week they forced me to have sex with him, I had to cook and serve him; they imprisoned me in the kitchen and in that room.

Other testimonies tell of the parties women were forced to participate in, where drink and food were supplied in exchange for sex. During her testimony to the CVR, she recalled that, like all new arrivals, she had to register 41 Enloe, 1990, supra n 37. See also the various testimonies from Manta and Vilca, Huancavelica, in Arch. Prostitution is here understood as providing sex in exchange for money, goods or even physical safety. The line between coercion and consent is more than dubious, of course.

The girls would be locked in a room, where there would be music and alcohol. Often, their mothers waited outside. When the soldiers had drunk enough, they would start to feel up the girls. This could lead to an offer of marriage. While few such marriages were actually executed, many such promises were made, creating a situation in which raped women had to have sex with their husband-to-be until they left the base.

As one colonel explained: So some [erred], perhaps because of liquor or because of the temptation that women presented, or temptation of so many things. Sometimes there were minor errors and I would give them the soldiers simple punishments.

Politics and violence play a role, if only in the availability of opportunity. If we only consider the weapon-of-war thesis, however, how could we understand the continuous rape of a woman who has already been tortured to death? CVR, testimony 100168. Boesten the rape of almost dead women, literally at the edge of their graves? Testimonies of soldiers suggest that there were many cases in which groups of soldiers cheerfully watched each other rape women who were dead or were certainly going to die.

Men watched each other, creating images of sexual torture and repeating these actions in front of each other, and, in doing so, collectively created and consumed extremely violent pornography. This acting out of sexual violence is not unique to Peru. Several authors have Downloaded from ijtj. How the relationship between violence and sex turns into a collective consumption of torture porn, both in war and peace, is a question in need of further research.

Of course, even if the consumption of sex, or violent pornography, was facilitated by the war without being an explicit objective of war, it has political consequences. The frequent consumption of forced sex and violence not only reinforced a gen- dered and racialized subordination of the targeted communities but also served to establish and reinforce hierarchies among soldiers.

Invisible Sexual Violence Downloaded from ijtj. Nevertheless, these battles, by virtue of their location in the community or household, are rarely visible as elements in or dimensions of political conflict. Rape — already an ambiguously treated form of violence in wars — is even less visible at the community or household level, where it is perpetrated by neighbors, acquaintances and husbands.

According to the story, the father, a commander in the Peruvian army during the 1980s, had not only raped a prisoner but also held her in his quarters for weeks, courting her, falling in love with her, fathering a child and finally releasing her. For further elaboration, see, Boesten, 2008, supra n 32.

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