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Pinochet set for questioning in Condor case

A Chilean judge has set this Thursday as the day for questioning former dictator Augusto Pinochet about his role in the cross-border capture, torture and summary execution of leftists during the 1970s, judiciary sources said. Judge Juan Guzman rejected defense attorneys’ request for Pinochet to undergo a series of medical exams before the interrogation, ruling that they be carried out at a later date, according to the report. The judge also ordered Pinochet’s defense team and the military to inform the court – by noon Wednesday at the latest – where Pinochet would like to be questioned, noting that if no site is chosen, the questioning will take place in Pinochet’s home, located in an upscale neighborhood east of Santiago. Full Story

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