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How General Pinochet's detention changed the meaning of justice

Headline Title:  How General Pinochet's detention changed the meaning of justice 16 October 2013 Former Chilean president Augusto Pinochet was detained in London on 16 October 1998 in a move that changed the idea of international justice forever. Fifteen years on, two of the story's key players - Spanish lawyer Joan Garcés and former Amnesty International Chile researcher Virginia Shoppeé - share their memories of an event than stunned observers on both sides of the Atlantic.On 3 October 1998, Virginia Shoppeé was sitting at her desk in Amnesty International's London headquarters,…

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