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FILE - In this May 24, 2013 file photo, the locker room where Chilean folk singer Victor Jara was tortured and killed remains in its original state in an indoor stadium now called Estadio Victor Jara, which operates at night as a shelter for the homeless, in Santiago, Chile. Jara, whose folk songs tackled social and political issues, was swept up with thousands of other Allende supporters as Gen. Augusto Pinochet consolidated power in September 1973. He was tortured and killed inside the stadium, and his bullet-riddled body was later identified by his wife, Joan Jara, thanks to the intervention of a morgue worker who recognized the corpse. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson, File)

FILE - In this May 24, 2013 file photo, the locker room where Chilean folk singer Victor Jara was tortured and killed remains in its original state in an indoor stadium now called Estadio Victor Jara, which operates at night as a shelter for the homeless, in Santiago, Chile. Jara, whose folk songs tackled social and political issues, was swept up with thousands of other Allende supporters as Gen. Augusto Pinochet consolidated power in September 1973. He was tortured and killed inside the stadium, and his bullet-riddled body was later identified by his wife, Joan Jara, thanks to the intervention of a morgue worker who recognized the corpse. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson, File)

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