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Pinochet Entangled in Web of Inquiries

Things have been going so badly for Gen. Augusto Pinochet recently that he had rare grounds for satisfaction when a Chilean court last month ordered him released from house arrest. But his lawyers then had a new complaint: because his assets had been frozen in connection with another inquiry, he could not afford to post the required bond, they said. Increasingly, General Pinochet finds himself entangled in a spider’s web of interlocking investigations. Over the past few days, signs of progress have been registered in three different cases against him, and there is also the threat of a fourth complaint that would further tie up the ailing, 89-year-old former dictator’s time and money. Full Story

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