A woman gestures to the passing coffin of Chile's folk singer Victor Jara as others hold posters of him during his funeral procession in Santiago, Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009. Jara's burial comes 36 years after he was beaten and shot by soldiers in a stadium where the military gathered thousands of arrested supporters of ousted president Salvador Allende in the days following the 1973 military coup led by Gen. Augusto Pinochet. Jara's body was exhumed six months ago for a proper autopsy as part of an ongoing investigation to determine the circumstances of his death.

Chilean War-criminal Sheltering In the US May Finally Face Justice

A member of Pinochet’s secret police has lived in the U.S. for decades without the threat of being extradited to Chile to face murder charges, but a legal team has finally found a way around that: Prosecute him in the U.S.