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Chile: Protesters March Against Pardon of Human Right Abusers

Human rights activists with images of missing people take part in a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018

Displaying images of missing persons, protesters took to street against the Supreme Court's decision to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018. 

Earlier in June, President Sebastian Piñera issued a pardon for former colonel Rene Cardemil, who was convicted for crimes against humanity, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for executing six people in October 1973. 

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Human rights activists with images of missing people take part in a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018
Human rights activists with images of missing people take part in a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018 Photo:Reuters
Human rights activists with images of missing people take part in a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018
Human rights activists with images of missing people take part in a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018 Photo:Reuters
Human rights activists hold images of missing people, next to a banner that reads "No to impunity" during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018.
Human rights activists hold images of missing people, next to a banner that reads "No to impunity" during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Valparaiso, Chile August 1, 2018. Photo:Reuters
Human rights activists hold images of missing people during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Santiago, Chile August 1, 2018.
Human rights activists hold images of missing people during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Santiago, Chile August 1, 2018. Photo:Reuters
Human rights activists hold a banner that reads
Human rights activists hold a banner that reads 'Justice and Reparation' beside images of missing people during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Santiago, Chile August 1, 2018. Photo:Reuters
A human rights activist holds an image of a missing person during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Santiago, Chile August 1, 2018.
A human rights activist holds an image of a missing person during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Santiago, Chile August 1, 2018. Photo:Reuters
Human rights activists hold a banner reading
Human rights activists hold a banner reading 'Murderers' during a protest against the decision of the Supreme Court to grant parole to human right abusers during Chilean dictatorship, in Santiago, Chile August 1, 2018 Photo:Reuters
Published 1 August 2018
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