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Mapuche leader acquitted after 2 years of persecution in Chile
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Mapuche leader Mijael Carbone recently escaped malicious prosecution in Chile. Carbone claims that actors within the government of Sebastián Piñera have been working to stymie the Mapuche, who seek to secure the rights to their ancestral lands. Piñera's government is the direct lineage of Augusto Pinochet, has direct ties to Wall Street, and is working to institute new laws with draconian punishment for "Occupy" type protests and vaguely discribed "civil disturbances"

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