Memory Museum / Mario Figueroa + Carlos Dias + Lucas Fehr
Memory Museum, Matucan, Santiago, Chile.
La Estrella (Chile) - 12 de septiembre de 1973.
The body of Chilean Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda, dead nearly four decades, was exhumed on Monday after his former driver said the poet was poisoned under Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship. (via Reuters)
9/11: The Day Everything Changed, in Chile
Military jets bombed the presidential palace in Santiago, Chile, in the 1973 coup against President Salvador Allende’s government. The intervention of the C.I.A. in Allende’s downfall is more than relevant today, as it is clear that American presidents continue to believe that it is their right to meddle, intrude and spy wherever they believe the interests and security of their country are in peril — in other words, anywhere and everywhere.