Manuel Contreras

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Manuel Contreras
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Full Name: Juan Manuel Guillermo Contreras Sepúlveda
Alias: Mamo
Origin: Chile
Occupation: DINA Director
Skills: Repression
Hobby: Kill Chileans
Crimes: Mass Murder

Torture

Crimes against humanity

Kidnapping

Homicide

Type of Villain: Mass Murderer, Human rights violator


Death comes whenever it wants to. There have been 22 assassination attempts against me. How could I be afraid of death?
~ Manuel Contreras

Juan Manuel Guillermo Contreras Sepúlveda(4 May 1929 – 7 August 2015) was a Chilean military, director of the DINA during the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet in Chile.

Son of Manuel Contreras Morales and Aída Sepúlveda Cubillos, he completed his primary studies at the English Institute of Macul, in Santiago, to later enter military school in 1944, and then at the School of the Americas, where he would learn repression tactics .

Contreras would participate in the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, and with the Pinochet government already established, Contreras would be authorized to create the DINA, the regime's secret police.

As director of the DINA, he committed a long list of crimes against humanity, such as kidnappings, mass murders, torture, homicides, among other crimes, being considered the worst murderers during the Augusto Pinochet regime, in addition to the rumors that he was involved in the creation of the Operation Condor.

He was sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity and died in 2015 from a multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.