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Chilean Navy Barquentine Esmeralda due today

Chilean Navy Barquentine Esmeralda due today. Built in 1954, she now serves as a training ship, but is reported to have been a floating prison and torture center for political prisoners of the Augusto Pinochet regime from 1973 to 1980.

Shes Due to Anchor in late this afternoon, and move to Pier 20 on the 29th. She was last here in May 2009.

The NFB Produced a film Called the Dark side of a White Lady about the ships use in torture.

 

The Dark Side of the White Lady, Patricio Henríquez, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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