Léonie Duquet (9 avril 1916 – décembre 1977) est une religieuse française, « détenue-disparue » pendant la Dictature militaire en Argentine (1976-1983).

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  • Léonie Duquet (9 avril 1916 – décembre 1977) est une religieuse française, « détenue-disparue » pendant la Dictature militaire en Argentine (1976-1983).
  • Léonie Duquet (1916, Longemaison, Doubs, France – 1977, Argentina) was a French nun who was arrested in December 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and "disappeared." She was believed killed by the military regime of Argentine President Jorge Rafael Videla during the Dirty War. Alice Domon, a French nun working with Duquet, disappeared a few days later. They had been working in poor neighborhoods of Buenos Aires in the 1970s and supported the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, founded in 1977. Despite repeated efforts by France to trace the sisters, the Argentine military dictatorship was unresponsive.In 1990 a French court in Paris tried Argentine Captain Alfredo Astiz, known to have arrested Duquet and believed implicated in the "disappearance" of Domon, for kidnapping the two sisters. He was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment in absentia. In Argentina at the time, he and other military and security officers were shielded from prosecution by Pardon Laws passed in 1986 and 1987. These were repealed in 2003 and ruled unconstitutional in 2005, and the government re-opened prosecution of war crimes.In July 2005 several bodies were found in a mass grave in General Lavalle Cemetery, 400 kilometers south of Buenos Aires. Forensic DNA testing in August identified one as Duquet's. DNA testing revealed that within the same grave were the remains of the three "disappeared" Argentine women, founders of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, who had also been missing since December 1977. Domon has not been found. Since the confirmation of Duquet's murder, France has been seeking extradition of Astiz; in 2005 he was being detained in Argentina after being indicted on charges of kidnapping and torture.
  • Léonie Henriette Duquet (n. en 1916 en La Chenalotte, departamento de Doubs, Francia; m. el 17 o 18 de diciembre de 1977 en el Mar Argentino cerca de Santa Teresita) fue una monja católica francesa detenida-desaparecida durante la dictadura militar en la Argentina autodenominada Proceso de Reorganización Nacional (1976-1983). El caso de la desaparición y asesinato de Léonie Duquet está relacionado con el de su compañera de congregación Alice Domon y el caso de ambas es mundialmente conocido como el de «las monjas francesas».
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  • Léonie Duquet (9 avril 1916 – décembre 1977) est une religieuse française, « détenue-disparue » pendant la Dictature militaire en Argentine (1976-1983).
  • Léonie Henriette Duquet (n. en 1916 en La Chenalotte, departamento de Doubs, Francia; m. el 17 o 18 de diciembre de 1977 en el Mar Argentino cerca de Santa Teresita) fue una monja católica francesa detenida-desaparecida durante la dictadura militar en la Argentina autodenominada Proceso de Reorganización Nacional (1976-1983).
  • Léonie Duquet (1916, Longemaison, Doubs, France – 1977, Argentina) was a French nun who was arrested in December 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and "disappeared." She was believed killed by the military regime of Argentine President Jorge Rafael Videla during the Dirty War. Alice Domon, a French nun working with Duquet, disappeared a few days later. They had been working in poor neighborhoods of Buenos Aires in the 1970s and supported the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, founded in 1977.
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  • Léonie Duquet
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