Inside El Salvador's Military Blacklist
The Yellow Book

Galindo-Doucette, Evelyn
Date Written:  2014-10-14
Publisher:  Counterpunch
Year Published:  2014
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX16828

The Yellow Book (Libro amarillo) is a 270 page document from 1987 that the National Security Archive in Washington DC made public on September 28th, 2014. The Yellow Book includes 1,975 photographs that the Salvadoran Armed Forces and the State Department of Intelligence of El Salvador used to catalogue people as “terrorists” and “enemies” of the state. The Yellow Book is the only military document that has been made public to this day.

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