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April 01, 1985

Farm workers found the stabbed and mutilated bodies of three opponents of Chile's military government near Santiago's airport. The three men, kidnaped last week, were identified as Manuel Guerrero, 36, Jose Parada, 34, and Santiago Nattino Allende, 64. Guerrero and Parada were said to have been members of the outlawed Communist Party. The killings, believed by dissidents to have been carried out by government security forces, touched off protest demonstrations in Santiago.

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