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Part I
The Repression

Nunca Más (Never Again) - Report of Conadep  - 1984


The Lules Mill (PAC)


Lules, Tucumán province, near the railway station. A dirt road running parallel to the railway tracks leads to the property through a gate surrounded by a wire fence.


Old chalet, belonging to the disused Lules Mill, which had served as living accommodation for the administrator. A very old building, with two upper storeys, now abandoned and very dilapidated. There was a spacious entrance at the front and an external staircase at the rear. On one side of the building a staircase led down to an old coal cellar; the opening to the staircase is now uncovered, with no door impeding access. It is a brick staircase with twenty steps, where you have to stoop to go down. The cellar in which the 'disappeared' were held, and the vaulted roof, were built of bricks. There was a small barred window and a fireplace. A recess at one end of the wall adjoining the entrance, on the left. There was a torture room on the first floor, from which you could see palm trees and the roofs of the neighbouring farm.




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