Testimony confirms that the very creepy Pinochet regime murdered dissidents at the commune-farm set up by ex-Nazi Guru and convicted child molester, Paul Schaefer.
SANTIAGO, Chile - At least 22 dissidents who disappeared more than three decades ago under the dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet were killed at a secretive German colony and their bodies later burned with chemicals, the government-owned La Nacion newspaper reported Sunday.
The killings occurred during the two months after the Sept. 11, 1973, military coup in which Pinochet toppled elected Marxist President Salvador Allende, the paper said. Pinochet ruled until 1990.
This place was sick, there are some extremely horrible accounts of torture chambers inside the colony.
The commune-like Dignity Colony was founded by German immigrants in southern Chile. Its leaders were accused of allowing Pinochet's security service to use it for the detention, torture and execution of dissidents. Leader Paul Schaefer, who founded the colony in the early 1960s, is serving a 20-year-old prison term on a conviction for sexually abusing 26 children at the enclave.