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    Pinochet on Trial: Timeline

    17 November 2002
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    Pinochet arrest and trial timeline.

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    Operation Exit: The Political Decision on the Pinochet Case

    02 March 2000
    Article

    Full text of UK Home Secretary Jack Straw's decision not to extradite former dictator Augusto Pinochet to face trial in Spain.

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    Appeal to President Clinton to ensure investigation concerning Pinochet and the Letelier-Moffitt assassination in the US

    11 February 2000
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    We believe it is in the United States' interest to assist in the case against Pinochet.

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    Spanish Judge Fights Deal to let Pinochet off the Hook

    Adela Gooch, Nick Hopkins
    04 August 1999
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    The Spanish high court judge who has masterminded the country's attempt to have General Augusto Pinochet tried on charges of torture and terrorism yesterday demanded an end to negotiations which could halt the former dictator's extradition from Britain

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    IPS Applauds British Ruling and Demands Strong US Sanction

    the Iran team at the Institute for Policy Studies
    24 March 1999
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    Leaders of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) applauded the British Law Lords' decision today to deny immunity for Augusto Pinochet and allow extradition proceedings against the former Chilean dictator to go forward.

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    Prisoner Pinochet. The Dictator and the Quest for Justice

    Peter Kornbluh
    21 December 1998
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    The prosecution of Pinochet, whose name became a virtual synonym for state-sponsored terror during his seventeen-year regime, has become a historic turning point for international and national efforts to hold him and other tyrants accountable.

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    Britain Lets Spain Start Pinochet's Extradition

    09 December 1998
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    Britain is allowing Spain to begin extradition proceedings against former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, now in custody in England, to face charges of genocide, torture and kidnapping.

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    Pressure to Prosecute Pinochet Mounts

    Jim Lobe
    07 December 1998
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    Six weeks after the arrest in London of Gen. Augusto Pinochet, the pressure on the administration of US President Clinton to indict the former Chilean dictator for murders his secret police committed here 22 years ago is mounting steadily.

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    Pursuing Pinochet: The Case We Made, 22 Years Ago

    E. Lawrence Barcella Jr
    06 December 1998
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    With Pinochet's recent arrest in London, the US authorities should determine whether or not the evidence against the 'senator-for-life' has now reached a level at which his indictment in the Letelier case is appropriate.

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    Extracts from General Pinochet's Statement

    09 November 1998
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    Extracts from the first statement by former dictator General Augusto Pinochet since being arrested in London.

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    Spain's Firebrand Judge

    Marlise Simons
    20 October 1998
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    Judge Garzón, who works as an investigating magistrate rather than a judge on the bench, took more than five months to conclude that a Spanish court could have jurisdiction in the case against Pinochet.

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    Both Impunity and Immunity May Fail Pinochet

    Gustavo González
    19 October 1998
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    The arrest of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in London has opened a new chapter in the fight against the impunity enjoyed by human rights violators in Chile.

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    Autumn of the Autocrat

    Saul Landau, Sarah Anderson
    17 April 1998
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    Those who brought the suit against Pinochet, in and outside Chile, hope that the case might allow some measure of belated justice and ease the pain they continue to suffer as a result of the dictator's atrocities.

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    Punishing Pinochet

    Peter Weiss
    01 April 1998
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    The international arrest warrants issued by the Spanish judges may put a severe crimp in the travel plans of Pinochet, Galtieri and company for the rest of their dawned lives.