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Robert Cox was working
as editor of the Buenos Aires
Herald, an English daily in Argentina, when he became
known for his criticisms of the military
dictatorship (1976-1983). Detained and jailed, he was forced to
leave Argentina in 1979 due to threats against his family. He moved to Charleston,
South Carolina, USA, where he became editor of The Post and
Courier. In 2005 the Buenos Aires legislature recognized Cox
for his valour during the dictatorship era.
Jorge Bergoglio has established as a fact that he successfully intervened to save the lives of the two priests by...