When we arrived at Colonia Dignidad, they threw us into a shed. I despaired, took off my hood and a guard gave me a slap so hard that I fell to the ground. This was my arrival at the Colonia.
Then, they began the interrogations. I remember there was a guard acting as a doctor who controlled how much electricity we could stand.
When they took us to interrogations with our eyes covered and a hood on our head, they played classical music that hypnotised us. Later, when speaking to a comrade, he told me that the music was Swan Lake, a ballet by
Published on: 18 June 2022
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