Ex militare cileno confessa alla radio 18 omicidi del 1973: “Gli sparavamo in testa e poi li facevamo esplodere con la dinamite”

sabato, dicembre 12th, 2015

Un ex soldato dell’esercito cileno è stato accusato di omicidio dopo avere confessato durante una trasmissione radio di essere tra i colpevoli della morte di 18 oppositori del regime di Augusto Pinochet. L’uomo si chiama Guillermo Reyes Rammsy, 62 anni. È stato arrestato venerdì e accusato dell’omicidio, avvenuto nel 1973, di Freddy Taberna Gallegos e German Palomino Lamas, membri del Partito Socialista cileno.
«Gli sparavamo in testa»
La confessione è arrivata mercoledì quando un uomo è intervenuto in diretta durante una delle trasmissioni più famose del Paese, il «Chacotero Sentimental», su radio Corazon.
Spiegando al conduttore come fosse divorato dai sensi di colpa per i fatti avvenuti trent’anni prima e stesse per questo considerando il suicidio.
«La prima volta che ho ucciso qualcuno», ha spiegato, in lacrime, «il mio superiore mi ha detto bravo!. Poi , la seconda volta, mi è piaciuto, ci ho preso gusto».
In circa 20 minuti, l’ex militare che appartenevas alla compagnia di Carampague di Iquique, ha raccontato una serie di crimini orrendi: «Ho partecipato a 18 esecuzioni. Gli sparavamo in testa e poi facevamo esplodere i corpi con la dinamite». Anche se l’uomo non ha detto il suo nome durante la trasmissione, è stato rintracciato dalla polizia a Valparaiso e accusato dei crimini che aveva già confessato. Ora è a disposizione del giudice Mario Carrozza.
L’uomo, che prima di essere militare sarebbe stato un tassista, ha anche sostenuto di avere un blog e di aver già pubblicato resocont nel sito desperdiciomilitarobligatorio.
Il blog è a questo link
http://desperdiciomilitarobligatorio.blogspot.cl/

 

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la foto dell’ex militgare sui giornali cileni

Da El Mercurio Emol dell’11 dicembre:
SANTIAGO.- A primera hora de este viernes, los efectivos de la Brigada de Derechos Humanos pusieron a disposición del juez Mario Carroza, al ex conscripto que reveló en un programa radial, haber asesinado a más de 10 personas, en 1973. El hombre de 68 años fue identificado Guillermo Reyes Rammsy y fue detenido en las últimas horas de ayer por los funcionarios policiales en la ciudad de Valparaíso, tras lo cual lo trasladaron hasta la capital. Reyes Rammsy llamó al programa “Chacotero Sentimental” de radio Corazón y relató a su locutor “El Rumpy” que era taxista en una ciudad del norte del país y que fue conscripto en 1973. “Llevamos a varios de esos a la pampa. Les pegábamos un balazo en la cabeza y no quedaba ni la sombra. Los dinamitaban”, fue parte del crudo relato del ex militar. El hombre agregó que “maté más de 10 (personas), mi especialidad era francotirador (…) Fue sin maldad. Fue por la circunstancias, yo no pedí estar ahí. N era mi guerra”. Tras el llamado los detectives llegaron hasta la estación radial y solicitaron tanto la grabación como los antecedentes del llamado para ubicar a Reyes. Ahora, el ministro Carroza deberá interrogar al sujeto para que revele más detalles de su participación en los crímenes de lesa humanidad cometidos en dictadura.

Fuente: Emol.com – http://www.emol.com/noticias/Nacional/2015/12/11/763381/PDI-entrega-a-ex-conscripto-que-revelo-homicidios-en-dictadura-a-juez-Mario-Carroza.html
Da The Guardian:
A former conscript in the Chilean army has been charged with murder after confessing on a live radio phone-in to participating in the deaths of 18 opponents of the late military dictator Augusto Pinochet.
Guillermo Reyes Rammsy, 62, was arrested on Friday and charged over the 1973 murders of Freddy Taberna Gallegos and German Palomino Lamas, members of Chile’s Socialist Party.
The extraordinary confession began on Wednesday afternoon when a man called in to Chile’s most famous talk show “Chacotero Sentimental” (Loving Betrayal) and told host Roberto Artiagoitía that he was considering suicide.
After briefly describing a frustrated romance, the caller went on to describe his involvement in a string of human rights crimes. He said that, as a conscript, he had participated in 18 executions, following Pinochet’s military coup against the government of president Salvador Allende.
“The first time [I killed someone] I cried but the lieutenant was saying: ‘Good soldier, good soldier, brave soldier.’ Then ‘Pow. pow,’ again,” he said. “The second time I liked it. I enjoyed it.”
Over the next 20 minutes, the caller described a string of human rights abuses that he had witnessed during his time in the army. “I participated in 18 executions … We shot them in the head and then blew up the bodies with dynamite, there was nothing left, not even their shadow,” he said.
Although the caller did not give his name – or identify his victims – he was tracked down by police and charged on Friday over the deaths of Taberna and Palomina. Both men were arrested by Chilean security forces after the 1973 coup and held as political prisoners in the Pisagua prison camps in the country’s northern desert.
Taberna and Palomina were tried by military councils of war and executed in October and November 1973, respectively. Their bodies were never found.
During his conversation with Artiagoitía, Reyes described how he was indoctrinated during his military training. “They sent me to Santiago where I learned about extreme violence and I figure about the evil one could become,” he said.
Reyes said that he was forced to kill because that army commanders executed military conscripts for not following orders. “I was obliged, the same military would have killed me. We were grunts and they gave us orders,” he said.
But he appeared to show little remorse, alternating complaints about his love life with detailed descriptions of his crimes.
In the course of the 20-minute exchange Artiagoitía repeatedly challenged Reyes over his claim that he was merely following orders.
“What about your responsibilities as a human?” the host asked.
“If we found them with a gun, we liquidated them. Pow. Pow. Pow,” Reyes replied. “Five shots and they were gone. They were not white doves – you had to survive,” said Reyes.

Reyes’s arrest was cheered by human rights group who have long fought for a better understanding of how the Chilean army killed then destroyed the bodies of the victims.
An estimated 3,000 people were killed by the military and security forces and 1,000 bodies have yet to be found. Reyes’s arrest offers investigators fresh leads into finding the hidden bodies.

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