Alvaro Saravia said he is willing to break his 26-year silence regarding the death of Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero and name other people involved in an upcoming book.
The death of Romero, in part, kicked off a 12-year civil war in El Salvador that resulted in the deaths of some 75,000 people.
Saravia was a close aide to the late Roberto D'Aubuisson, an alleged death squad leader who founded the Nationalist Republican Alliance, which is currently in power.
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