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Elevan condena a oficiales de la Fach por torturas a general Alberto Bachelet | Nacional | LA TERCERA


Elevan condena a oficiales de la Fach por torturas a general Alberto Bachelet | Nacional | LA TERCERA - A four-year prison sentences were high officials of the Chilean Air Force (FACH), Edgar Cevallos Jones and Ramón Cáceres Jorquera for the torture to which the former general Alberto Bachelet was subjected after his arrest in 1973.El failure of the First Chamber of the Court of Appeals he said that "the sentences imposed on the defendants Edgar Benjamin Cevallos Jones and Ramón Pedro Caceres Jorquera as co-authors of the crime of use of torture repeatedly rise and result in death in the person General of the Air Force of Chile, Don Alberto Arturo Miguel Bachelet Martinez, perpetrated in this city during the period between the end of September 1973 to March 12, 1974, to suffer, each four years of imprisonment in its degree maximum perpetual absolute disqualification for political rights, absolute disqualification from holding public office for the duration of the sentence, and pay half of the costs of the case ".

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