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Secret Documents/ Los documentos secretos del archivo "Cóndor" de John Dinges:
2. Account of participant in founding meeting of Condor. Air Force Col. Mario Jahn, in two declarations to an investigative judge, raises possibility that Pinochet presided over the meeting, and he names Brazilian General Joao Baptiste Figueiredo, who later became president of Brazil, as receiving an invitation to the meeting.
3. 22,000 killed in Argentina. Argentina’s Army Intelligence Service (SIE: Servicio de Inteligencia de Ejercito, also known as Batallon de Inteligencia 601) provided its own calculation of the number of people its agents had killed between 1975 and 1978. This document is a report of Chile’s agent in Argentina Enrique Arancibia Clavel to his superiors in DINA Santiago. The relevant page is provided here. Dinges Archive 760714
4. Using the information from the SIE-601 report, I calculated
the numbers killed in each year, comparing the military numbers to the
report of CONADEP, the official human rights commission report based
on testimony of victims families.
6. Document purporting to be letter from Contreras to Pinochet asking for $600,000 for the "neutralization" of opponents exiled in other countries. This section contains the earliest copy of the document known to exist (El Sol de Mexico, February 3, 1977), and newspaper articles about the publication of the document. In addition, there is an article by John Dinges in Columbia Journalism Review analyzing the question of the document's authenticity.
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