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Justice & The Generals
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These pages describe some of the individuals involved with litigation in the Ford and Romagoza trials. Bill Ford has spearheaded the case involving the deaths of his sister, Ita, and three other churchwomen. The next three men listed are human-rights attorneys. Following are the trial lawyers in the churchwomen's case, Kurt Klaus for the defense and Robert Kerrigan and Robert Montgomery for the plaintiffs. The next three people listed are women who are specialists in human-rights law. The two final individuals featured at right, Neris Gonzalez and Dr. Juan Romagoza Arce, are Salvadoran torture survivors who now reside in the U.S.


Bill Ford R. Scott Greathead Rob Varenik
Ken Hurwitz Kurt Klaus Robert Kerrigan
Robert Montgomery Prof. Patty Blum Beth van Schaack
Shawn Roberts Neris Gonzalez Dr. Juan Romagoza Arce

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Bill Ford

R. Scott Greathead

Rob Varenik

Ken Hurwitz

Kurt Klaus

Robert Kerrigan

Robert Montgomery

Prof. Patty Blum

Beth van Schaack

Shawn Roberts

Neris Gonzalez

Dr. Juan Romagoza Arce


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