Sergio Arredondo

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Sergio Arredondo Gonzalez (died August 22, 2018)[1] was a Chilean general who participated in the Caravan of Death in 1973 in Chile.[2] He was the second in command to Sergio Arellano Stark who led the Caravan of Death. This death squad went out immediately following a successful coup and are said to be responsible for at least 75 deaths. The people who were executed were primarily non-hostile and already in custody, many were teachers, political organizers, or union leaders.[3] After the Caravan tour of duty, he also was promoted, to the director of the Infantry School.[2]

He died in a prison hospital in Santiago, Chile.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chilean Death Squad Member Dies At 92 in Jail
  2. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2005-08-29. Retrieved 2005-08-29. 
  3. ^ The Judge and the General. Documentary 2008.