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    CIA Withholds its Chile Files

    Peter Kornbluh
    27 August 2000
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    CIA Director George Tenet is refusing to declassify hundreds of records on CIA covert intervention to destabilize the democratically elected government of Allende and support the violent consolidation of the Pinochet dictatorship.

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    The US Files in the Media

    Christopher Marquis
    14 September 2000
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    The White House ordered a new look at several hundred files that the CIA intends to withhold when it releases American documents about the 1973 military coup in Chile.

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    US Will Release Files on Crimes Under Pinochet

    Tim Weiner
    02 December 1998
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    Treading into a political and diplomatic confrontation it tried to avoid, the US has decided to declassify some secret government documents on the killing and torture conducted by the former Chilean dictator, Augusto Pinochet.

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    TNI Urges British Home Secretary to Extradite Pinochet to Spain And Vows to Continue Justice Campaign for Assassinated TNI Colleagues Letelier and Moffitt

    24 January 2000
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    The Transnational Institute (TNI) joins human rights activists, the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and legal experts in demanding the office of the British Home Secretary re-evaluate its decision regarding the medical state of former Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet.

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    IPS Applauds Pinochet Arrest And Calls for Increased US Support for Spanish Case

    the Iran team at the Institute for Policy Studies
    19 October 1998
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    The Institute for Policy Studies applauds the arrest of Chilean General Augusto Pinochet, whose regime ordered the assassination of two IPS colleagues, Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt, in 1976 and carried out other documented acts of international terrorism.

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    Pinochet Watch no 55

    28 May 2004
    Article

    Pinochet Watch is an electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

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    Chilean Judge Charges Pinochet in Rights Case

    Ignacio Badal
    13 December 2004
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    A Chilean judge formally charged Augusto Pinochet with homicide and kidnapping in one of many pending cases related to human rights abuses committed during his 17-year rule, and ordered house arrest for the former dictator.

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    Pinochet Indicted on Human Rights Charges

    Eduardo Gallardo
    13 December 2004
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    A Chilean judge indicted former dictator Gen. Augusto Pinochet on Monday on charges of kidnapping nine political dissidents and killing one of them.

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    On Pinochet's Tail

    Anthony Faiola
    26 January 2000
    Article

    Although experts say Judge Guzman has made a Pinochet trial more likely than ever, it is still far from a sure thing.

  10. Two Deaths in the Morning

    Saul Landau
    01 December 1976
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    Orlando Letelier represented all the qualities government should stand for: he was a lawyer who believed in rules and constitutions, his ethic was equality and justice; his means of persuasion and authority was reason.

     
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    CIA Acknowledges Involvement in Allende's Overthrow

    19 September 2000
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    The CIA is acknowledging for the first time the extent of its deep involvement in Chile, where it dealt with coup-plotters, false propagandists and assassins.

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    The Pinochet Cases and the Invasion of Iraq

    Saul Landau
    30 September 2004
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    September has become Generalissimo Augusto Pinochet Ugarte's cruelest month.

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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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    The Condor Years: How Pinochet and His Allies Brought Terrorism to Three Continents

    • John Dinges
    11 February 2004
    Book

    This is the underground history of the international Dirty Wars by US allies in South America.

  15. 25 Years of Pursuing Pinochet

    Stacie Jonas
    01 September 2001
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    The detention and the subsequent legal proceedings against Pinochet represented an enormous victory for human rights and set an important precedent for international law.

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    Now the World Will Know the Truth

    Francisco Letelier
    21 October 1998
    Article

    Pinochet: Slick public relations, lies and diplomatic immunity in the end could not save the dictator from justice.

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    Roundtable: Confronting Challenges to the Pinochet Precedent and the Globalisation of Justice

    03 February 2004
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    The 1998 arrest of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in London represented one of the most important events in international human rights law since the Nuremberg trials.

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    Pinochet Indictment Reinstated by Chile

    Pascale Bonnefoy
    30 January 2001
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    A Chilean magistrate reinstated the indictment and house arrest of Gen. Augusto Pinochet on charges stemming from the killing of 57 political prisoners and the disappearance of 18 others.

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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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    Chilean Violence Increasingly Spreads Beyond its Borders

    Lewis H. Diuguid
    22 September 1976
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    Violent political change has been under way in Chile for six years now, with the violence increasingly spreading beyond the borders of this South American country into the western capitals to which exiles from those opposing the present military government had moved.

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