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    Chile and the End of Pinochet

    26 February 2001
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    Horman Case

    17 November 2005
    Article
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    The US Files

    17 November 2005
    Article
  4. For Orlando

    John Berger
    29 September 1976
    Article
  5. Speech by Samuel Rubin

    Samuel Rubin
    22 September 1978
    Article

    Samuel Rubins acceptance speech for the Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards

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    Chilean State Terrorism

    17 November 2005
    Article

    Links on state terrorism under the Pinochet regime

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    Pinochet Watch archives

    15 June 2006
    Article

    Archives of Pinochet Watch, a former electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

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    Grieving Bomb Survivor Blames Chilean Regime

    Timothy Hutchens, Robert Pear
    22 September 1976
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    'I think the government of Chile should be held responsible for the death of my wife', says Michael Moffitt.

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    Ex-Chilean Ambassador Killed by Bomb Blast

    Stephen J. Lynton, Lawrence Meyer
    22 September 1976
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    Orlando Letelier, a high official of the late Chile President Salvador Allende, was killed in Washington yesterday when a bomb exploded beneath his car.

  10. Review: Assassination on Embassy Row

    Christopher Lehmann-Haupt
    10 July 1980
    Article

    A review of the book Assassination on Embassty Row, published by The New York Times on 10 July 1980.

  11. Review: Assassination on Embassy Row

    Charles Kaiser
    21 July 1980
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    A review of the book Assassination on Embassy Row, published by Newsweek on 21 July 1980.

  12. Review: Assassination on Embassy Row

    Jan Joost Teunissen
    16 May 1981
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    A review of the book Assassination on Embassy Road, published by NRC Handelsblad on 16 May 1981.

  13. Review: Assassination on Embassy Row

    Herbert Mitgang
    18 July 1980
    Article

    A review of the book Assassination on Embassy Row, published by The New York Times on 18 July 1980.

  14. Assassination on Embassy Row

    Saul Landau, John Dinges
    17 November 1980
    Article

    A devastating political document that probes all aspects of the Letelier-Moffitt assassinations, interweaving the investigations of the murder by the FBI and the Institute for Policy Studies.

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    The Chilean Connection

    Saul Landau, John Dinges
    28 November 1981
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    In the early summer of 1976, Col. Manuel Contreras, head of DINA, Chile's secret police, launched an operation to assassinate exiled Chilean leader Orlando Letelier.

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    US Wants to Question Pinochet About Bombing

    Frank Davies
    07 November 1998
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    High-level US officials are discussing a possible extradition request to bring Augusto Pinochet, the former Chilean strongman now held in London, to the United States to face questions the terrorist attack that killed Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt.

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    What's Behind the Bush-Pinochet Friendship?

    Sarah Anderson, Saul Landau
    01 June 1999
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    Bush's behavior raises questions about his relationship to Pinochet, whose 17-year regime executed more than 3,190 people.

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    Pinochet's Mad Scientist

    Samuel Blixen
    13 January 1999
    Article
  19. The Assassin Next Door

    Douglas Grant Mine
    18 November 1999
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    Armando Fernandez Larios is a former Chilean army officer who for several years was an agent of that country's notorious security apparatus, and he helped kill Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt.

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    Affidavit Links Pinochet to Car Bomb

    John Dinges
    24 March 2000
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    A document bearing the signature of an imprisoned Chilean military officer appears for the first time to directly implicate Chile's former president, Gen. Augusto Pinochet, in the 1976 ntelligence operation that resulted in the car bomb assassination in Washington of exile leader Orlando Letelier.

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