A U.S. journalist's death in Chile

October 1999
Editor & Publisher;10/16/99, Vol. 132 Issue 42, p14
Trade Publication
Explores the possible involvement of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on the death of American journalist Charles Horman during the coup d'etat in Chile in 1973. Photograph of the 1976 US State Department memorandum detailing the death of Horman; Lack of protection given by the CIA to Horman despite their knowledge of the Chilean government's disapproval for the journalist's work.


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