Raul Castro to Help in Investigation of Chilean Senator’s Murder

HAVANA TIMES — Cuban President Raul Castro vowed on Saturday in Santiago de Chile to assist in the investigation of the death of Jaime Guzman, a Chilean senator killed in 1991, reported EFE.

In a meeting with his Chilean counterpart, Sebastian Piñera, Castro “promised to study the background (data) and provide his best collaboration,” said the South American leader in a press conference following the conclusion of the CELAC-EU summit.

According to the rightwing Independent Democratic Union of Chile, the alleged perpetrators of the murder of the ideologue of the Pinochet dictatorship were members of the ultra-leftist Manuel Rodriguez Patriotic Front and now reside on the Caribbean island.