CIA Continues Cover Up Of Involvement In Chile’s 9/11 Coup

Though intelligence documents from the 1973 coup period have been declassified since 1999, the CIA continues to censor them.


The CIA continues to withhold information on its involvement in the Sept. 11, 1973 coup that led to the death of President Salvador Allende in Chile, followed by a deadly dictatorship, according to documents posted Friday by the National Security Archive. In the list of published documents, the section regarding Chile is censored. The

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Pablo Neruda: A Poet Possibly Poisoned By A CIA Agent Working For Pinochet

“I am a Chilean who for decades has known the misfortunes and difficulties of our national existence and who has taken part in each sorrow and joy of the people. I am not a stranger to them, I come from them, I am part of the people.” — Pablo Neruda, 1969

Chile Neruda Death

Tuesday marks the anniversary of a suspicious death during Chile’s dictatorship era – that of Chilean poet and diplomat Pablo Neruda on Sept. 23, 1973. Renowned for his passionate and politically-charged poetry, Neruda was one of the intellectuals greatly feared by Augusto Pinochet and his U.S.-backed dictatorship. Culture – one of the pillars

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40 Years After US-Backed Coup, Chileans Search For Justice

Chileans are still dealing with the aftermath of a CIA-backed coup launched decades ago.

Not everyone knows the name Victor Jara; but for students of rock ‘n’ roll history, Jara’s story -- which has been profiled in Rolling Stone’s “15 Rock & Roll Rebels” -- illustrates the humanity and conscious weight of music. A theater teacher and director, Jara picked up the social and moral convulsions of the Sixties, as the Free Love

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