Family of Slain Chilean Folk Artist Victor Jara Says Deltona Man to Blame for His Execution

The surviving family of well-known Chilean folk artist Victor Jara, who was tortured and killed in a military coup in 1973, has filed a federal lawsuit against the army lieutenant accused of leading the execution — who has been quietly living in Central Florida. Jara’s widow and children accuse Pedro Pablo Barrientos Nunez of Deltona of carrying out a host of violations including crimes against humanity and torture.