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The Pinochet file Monday, 9 July, 2001, 14:04 GMT 15:04 UK
Special report: The Pinochet file
BBC News Online records the twists and turns of the Pinochet case and unlocks the dark secrets of the general's past.

Saviour or Tyrant?
Nick Caistor of the BBC's Latin America service profiles the former dictator. Plus a range of background briefings and articles from the BBC archives


Personal perspectives on the Pinochet years
A British activist caught up in the events of 1973 tells of his memories. A Chilean parliamentarian explains why he believes the General must be freed.

'Not fit to stand trial'
UK Home Secretary Jack Straw says he is "minded" to release General Pinochet after accepting medical advice that he is not fit to be extradited.

Pinochet affair 'already a victory'
Exiled Chilean author Ariel Dorfman says that even if former dictator General Augusto Pinochet is not tried for human rights abuses, the extradition affair has been a "very strong step forward".


You say: Extradite Pinochet
Hundreds of people e-mailed BBC News Online at the time of his arrest in the UK, two-thirds of them demanding the general's extradition.
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