List of people killed by and disappeared by the Creeperian government during the 2003–2004 Creeperian Purges

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This is a list of the political or military people killed and disappeared during the 2003-2004 Creeperian Purges.

Much of the information has been censored or falsified by the Creeperian government, with little information being released and no official investigations ever being made. Most of the information is from illegal priate investigations.

Background

On June 18, 2003, the 2003 Creeperian coup d'état deposed the four year-long totalitarian regime led by Emperor Alfonso VI. The coup was led by the future Emperor Alexander II and Creeperian Army Chief Field Marshal Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez.

The Creeperian Initiative initially condemned the coup, but afterwards supported the coup and transferred leadership to Alexander II after the previous leadership was purged. Alexander II remains in power to this day.

The coup maked a watershed moment in Creeperian history and began the true modernization of the nation and the growth of its economy. The coup has been proclaimed by Creeperian propaganda as an event which saved the nation from demise.

The 2003-2004 Creeperian Purges were a series of governmental and political purges in Creeperopolis of supporters of former Emperor Alfonso VI following the 2003 Creeperian coup d'état which rose Alexander II to the throne. Tens of thousands were arrested and tortured and thousands were executed.

Keys

The following is a key of indicators.

Confirmed by the Creeperian Government
Niehter confirmed nor denied by the Creeperian Government
Denied by the Creeperian Government

Politicians

Involved in Marapolitics – *

Photo Name Born Position Disappeared Status
Alfonso VI.jpg Alfonso VI of Creeperopolis* October 7, 1956 Emperor June 18, 2003 Killed in Action
June 18, 2003

Confirmed
June 18, 2003

Michelle Alcocer Hernández* November 18, 1968 Mayor of San Adolfo July 2, 2003 Murdered
July 1, 2003
Presidente René Barrientos Ortuño.jpg René Barrientos Ortuño* October 18, 1939 Minister of Labor June 18, 2003 Executed
July 19, 2003

Confirmed
March 16, 2004

Foto Oficial Sarney EBC.jpg José Costa Araujo September 14, 1955 Minister of External Affairs June 18, 2003 Executed
July 19, 2003

Confirmed
March 16, 2004

Alfredo Cristiani.jpg Félix Cristiani Burkard May 18, 1947 Former President of El Salvador July 13, 2003 Presumed Dead
Salvador Allende Gossens-.jpg Rubén Franco Alcabú* June 26, 1954 Chief Mayor June 18, 2003 Executed
June 18, 2003

Confirmed
June 19, 2003

Francisco Gómez Sousa* April 19, 1966 Mayor of Citalá June 25, 2003 Presumed Dead
Salvador Martínez Hernández July 17, 1985 Grand Prince May 28, 2004 Assassinated
May 28, 2004

Alleged to have been assassinated by the DINA

Menem con banda presidencial.jpg Carlos Menem Menem* October 4, 1953 Minister of Internal Affairs June 18, 2003 Executed
July 19, 2003

Confirmed
March 16, 2004

F. Morales Bermúdez.jpg Francisco Morales Bermúdez* December 4, 1950 Minister of the Treasury June 18, 2003 Executed
July 19, 2003

Confirmed
March 16, 2004

Alfredo Ovando Candía.jpg Alfredo Ovando Candía August 16, 1950 Former Minister of Labor July 13, 2003 Presumed Dead
80px David Padilla Arancibia February 3, 1950 Former Minister of Labor June 30, 2003 Presumed Dead
80px Juan Pereda Asbún August 16, 1950 Former Minister of Labor July 1, 2003 Presumed Dead
José Napoleón Duarte 1987c.jpg Fidel Sánchez Hernández September 1, 1917 Former President of El Salvador June 26, 2003 Presumed Dead
Martín Sanjurjo Molina* December 2, 1964 Mayor of San Romero July 2, 2003 Murdered
July 1, 2003

Military Officials

Involved in Marapolitics – *

Photo Name Born Rank Disappeared Status
Alejandro Bernales 2008.jpg Armando Figueroa Molina* March 2, 1941 Chief Guard June 18, 2003 Killed in Action
June 18, 2003

Confirmed
June 19, 2003

Other

Involved in Marapolitics – *

Photo Name Born Occupation Disappeared Status
TENOR FERNANDO DEL VALLE ONSTAGE.jpg José Gálvez Campos* March 29, 1946 Owner of the National Coffee and Sugar Corporation February 8, 2004 Presumed Dead
Victor R. Ramirez (2007).jpg Gustavo Graciani Cortéz* January 5, 1936 Former CEO of the National Coffee and Sugar Corporation February 8, 2004 Presumed Dead

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