This video is called The Crimes of Pinochet – Chile.
From the BBC:
Chile judge charges six over ex-president’s 1982 death
Mr Frei Montalva was president from 1964 to 1970
A Chilean judge has charged six people over the death in 1982 of the country’s ex-President, Eduardo Frei Montalva.
The judge said there was now evidence that Mr Frei, a vocal critic of military leader Augusto Pinochet, had been poisoned in hospital.
The arrests come less than a week before Chile‘s presidential election, in which Mr Frei’s son, Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, is a leading candidate.
The former president’s family have long argued he was murdered.
Mr Frei Montalva died after undergoing routine surgery.
The six people charged in connection with the alleged killing include four doctors – two who were involved in the operation and two in the subsequent post mortem.
At the time, the authorities said the former leader had died of a bacterial infection.
“The death of the former president came about as a result of the gradual introduction into his system of unusual, toxic substances… which broke down his immune system,” Judge Alejandro Madrid said as he announced the charges.
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