The Pinochet File

The Pinochet File

A Declassified Dossier on Atrocity and Accountability

Book - 2003
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The newly declassified documents that reveal the startling facts behind the US collusion with the notorious Chilean dictator.
Publisher: New York : New Press, 2003.
ISBN: 9781565845862
Branch Call Number: 983.065 KOR
Characteristics: xx, 551 pages ;,24 cm


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Mar 30, 2015

A brutal read, but a necessary one, especially given the front page photo on September 2015 Seattle Times edition, featuring the warm handshaking between Comrade Henry Kissinger and Comrade Xi, president of China, should give all extreme necrophiles and neocons the warm fuzzies! Thousands were tortured to death by the Pinochet regime in Chile, thanks to Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon, Richard Helms and those hellish swine who followed their orders: Ambassador Nathaniel Davis, American consul Frederick Purdy, CIA spook, James Anderson under his State Department cover, and others.
Chilean deaths, like folk singer Victor Jara . . .
[Prayer to a Farmer]
And other songs,
Bruce Springsteen's tribute to Victor:
And many other Chileans, and foreign nationals, including Americans, would be tortured to death, thanks to Henry Kissinger, the Angel of Death! [and let us never forget the horrible deaths of Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffit]

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