One of 15 Salvadoran military men indicted in Spain for the 1989 murders of five Spanish Jesuits in the Central American nation was sentenced Tuesday to 21 months in prison for lying on his U.S.
Documents presented in court showed he concealed his Salvadoran military service on the initial TPS application and on subsequent applications for renewal.
Prosecutors sought a jail term of more than four years on the immigration charges, arguing that Montano came to the United States, at least in part, to avoid prosecution in El Salvador for the UCA killings. But defense attorney Oscar Cruz said his client had no reason to fear such a prosecution because he was protected by a 1993 amnesty for civil-war crimes.

Only two of the 14 members of the Salvadoran military who stood trial in September 1991 for the murders were found guilty. Inocente Orlando Montano, 71, pleaded guilty almost a year ago and will begin serving his sentence on Oct.
District Judge Douglas Woodlock asked federal prosecutor John Capin about the status of Spain’s request to extradite Montano. 16, 1989, Salvadoran soldiers invaded the UCA campus in San Salvador and killed then-chancellor Ignacio Ellacuria and four other Spanish priests: Segundo Montes, Ignacio Martin-Baro, Amando Lopez and Juan Ramon Moreno, along with Salvadoran Jesuit Joaquin Lopez.

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