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He asked the Argentine Court to call numerous French officials to testify to their actions: On December 11,Jenny Sanford announced that she was filing for divorce, calling it a "sad and painful process. In Januarya second military rebellion took place when Rico refused to accept the detention orders issued by a military court for having led the previous uprising. That's all we get from his staff. Later, Sanford indicated he had no intention of resigning, even though some State officials and citizens alike called for his resignation. After World War IIArgentina became a popular country of exile for escaped Nazi war criminals who entered clandestinely via various ratlines. Known as the Ezeiza massacrethis event marked the split between left-wing and right-wing factions of Peronism.