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They live in pleasant neighborhoods and own nice houses and expensive cars.
They have rounding bellies, retreating hairlines, and little reason to recall Salgado.
The 49-year-old was dressed in a handsome charcoal-colored business suit, the only one he owns, purchased especially for these occasions.
A hidden microphone was taped inside the breast of his coat.In 1976, he was released, put on a plane for the United States, and forced into exile.He landed in New York with and no English, but he eventually made his way to Berkeley, California, where he became active in Chilean exile politics.A childhood friend confessed that he had revealed the names of Salgado and the other boys, under torture, and had been consumed by guilt ever since.Salgado says he is driven by both the need for answers and his frustration at the slow pace and limited scope of Chile’s official truth and reconciliation process.
After Pinochet stepped down in 1990, more lists were made, identifying some of the 3,000 Chileans who had been killed or “disappeared” under his 17-year rule.