There were 182 plants on the farm where they are the ashes of the Chilean dictator. They also found two kilos in drying process. The terrain, where Pinochet lived at the end of his life, is currently embargoed. Chilean police found plantations of marijuana in a currently embargoed parcel that is owned by the family of Augusto Pinochet and in which lie the ashes of the deceased dictator (1973-1990), according to the police sources confirmed today. La Tercera newspaper revealed Wednesday that the discovery came on March 6, 2010, when found 182 plants and two kilos of marijuana in drying process in a ravine six miles from the main entrance of the Los Boldos plot, in which Pinochet spent most of the time in his later years of life. This area of 51 hectares, is located in the District of Bucalemu, in the Valparaiso region, about 150 kilometers southwest of Santiago, and in it lies the crypt in which lie the ashes of Augusto Pinochet, who died on December 10, 2006. His daughter major, Lucia Pinochet, assured the newspaper that the family had no knowledge of that discovery.
I am surprised. We have no idea of what might happen in Los Boldos. It is open, even permitted animals. It is half abandoned, he said. After the discovery, the Prosecutor’s Office ordered take statement to the administrator of the property, the retired non-commissioned officer Juan Carlos Machuca Rodriguez, and outfielder Carlos Tapia Sanchez. The latter said that he had no idea they had found a marijuana plantation. According to the newspaper, in place, the police found that an irrigation system had been installed with pipes connected to the drinking water network and abundant provision of fertilizer. The fortune of Pinochet justice was this property within the framework of the investigation of the Riggs case, which seeks to clarify the origin of the fortune of Pinochet, calculated at more than 18 million euros, of which about 15 million have no legal justification. In addition to that process, before his death Pinochet also faced various causes for human rights violations and, in 2005, met in Los Boldos plot a house arrest ordered by Judge Juan Guzman. Source of the news: found a plantation of marijuana at the graveside of Pinochet