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Life under Pinochet: “I remember being shown some very severe signs of torture”

Headline Title:  “I remember being shown some very severe signs of torture” 14 August 2013     Roger Plant joined Amnesty International in 1972 to cover the organization’s work on Latin America. A few months after Pinochet took power by force, he went to Chile to document the arbitrary detentions, torture and disappearances. The result was a groundbreaking report that helped shine a light on the reality of life in the Latin-American country. As a young researcher, Roger Plant had only been working for Amnesty International for less than a year when Augusto Pinochet launched…

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