It has been 43 years since Cesar Cerda, a member of Chile's communist party, was dragged off by agents of Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship. Cerda is just one of 1,000 former opponents of the far-right regime still listed as missing, despite the tireless efforts by family members to find them. Cerda was 47, and a father of three, when he was arrested on May 19, 1976 following months of regime persecution against communist party leaders. "Where is he? Where's his body? We've spent our lives asking those questions," Juana Cerda, his 62-year-old daughter, told AFP, standing in front of a memorial to...Already a subscriber? You need to login to continue reading this content. Login
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