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It is a series of photographs (using photomontage) that speaks at first sight of the trip that the dictator would have made (hypothetically speaking), to enter the TACUMBU national penitentiary on February 4, 1989. First passing through market 4, the neighborhood worker, to then find the gate of the penitentiary. Would he have been treated as a common prisoner? Would the prison guards not have made differences with him? Most likely not. How would the nascent democracy have dealt with the dictator in the national penitentiary? Would justice really have been done?... Each photograph is accompanied by a text, taken from the national press, from interviews with victims and relatives of those who disappeared during the dictatorship in Paraguay 1954-1989

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