Dominic Hipkins and Richard Powell, 24 December 1998
"Sitting next to the fireplace with an attitude of confident and innocent expectation, the Colonel experienced the feeling that fungus and poisoned lilies were taking root in his gut. It was October. A difficult morning to get through, even for a man like himself…"
Dominic Hipkins and Richard Powell, 2 December 1998
The High Court's decision last Wednesday to grant General Augusto Pinochet diplomatic immunity on charges of genocide and torture drew responses of "betrayed by Britiain" from disbelieving crowds of Chilean exiles.
Richard Powell and Dominic Hipkins, 26 October 1998
The ongoing picket outside the London Harley Street Clinic - where General Pinochet remains under armed detention - climaxed on Saturday when 400 protestors gathered in support of his extradition to Spain to face charges of murder and torture.
Dominic Hipkins and Richard Powell, 19 October 1998
Armed Metropolitan Police have arrested a startled General Augusto Pinochet of Chile pending an extradition order filed by two Spanish judges in connection with the deaths of Spanish nationals during his authoritarian rule.