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Jorge Eduardo Acosta

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Employment History

Assistant Director of Admissions

Augustana College


Augustana College

Member, Coaching Staff

Augustana College


Real Evolution Pty Limited

Senior Officer

Naval Mechanics School

Navy Captain

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Wheaton, IL Sports Center and Health Club - Youth Programs Baseball Softball [cached]

Private Baseball Lessons with Jorge Acosta

Jorge was a 4-year varsity starter at Rock Falls High School, in Rock Falls, Illinois. He earned four varsity letters and served as team Captain his senior year while at Augustana College. After graduating, he joined the Augustana coaching staff from 2006-2011 where he primarily worked with the Vikings' infielders while also assisting in all aspects of the program. During this time, he also coached the 2009 and 2010 Quad City A's 16U summer Teams.
Currently, Coach Acosta is the Head Sophomore coach at Wheaton Warrenville South High School and the Head Coach for the 16U 29ers summer travel team.

Economy spurs run on college fairs in Dallas-area | Frisco Blog | [cached]

Augustana recruiter Jorge Acosta waited to catch the runoff. And this year, he'd come with a plan.

"We're not searching for the perfect student," he said.

Among those to be released on ... [cached]

Among those to be released on bail were Alfredo Astiz [Trial Watch profile] and Jorge Acosta, who worked at the Naval Mechanics School (ESMA) [BBC backgrounder] where thousands were tortured and killed.

Human Rights Forum [cached]

Also that month, retired navy Captain Jorge Eduardo Acosta, formerly a senior officer at the Naval Mechanics School (site of some of the worst atrocities of the dirty war), surrendered and was arrested, bringing the total to nine senior officers who were arrested, detained, or summoned before various judges investigating the child abductions.

In addition to ordering the detention of Massera, Franco, and Acosta, the judge also ordered the arrest of retired Admiral Antonio Vanek, former army chief Cristino Nicolaides, and others.All remained under house arrest at year's end, with the exception of Acosta, who was held at a military facility.
On December 3, the authorities arrested former General Guillermo Suarez Mason in connection with the investigation of the theft of babies from women in torture centers.Suarez Mason was among those President Menem pardoned in 1990, and was the ninth senior junta official allegedly involved in kidnaping babies and changing their identities.
On September 9, the federal appeals court issued a ruling that confirmed the continuing house arrest of Massera, Videla, and the other defendants; found that they had not been tried for theft of babies in their original 1985 trial on human rights charges; that the case did not fall under the jurisdiction of military justice, had not expired due to the passage of time; and that the crimes in question had no time limit under international law.The court also required that the investigating judge question several of the defendants again.Judicial authorities undertook several searches on military installations for information on the theft of babies.

The defendants include former navy ... [cached]

The defendants include former navy captains Alfredo Astíz and Jorge Acosta, who were already convicted of other ESMA crimes.

Acosta was also found guilty this year of involvement in stealing babies who were either born to political prisoners in detention or kidnapped along with their parents, who were later killed or "disappeared". The children were mainly raised by military or police families.

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