Riggs Agrees to Settlement in Pinochet Case Riggs Bank agrees to pay $8 million to alleged victims of Augusto Pinochet's regime. The group claimed Riggs helped the former Chilean dictator hide money, which he has since withdrawn.
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Riggs Agrees to Settlement in Pinochet Case

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Riggs Agrees to Settlement in Pinochet Case

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Riggs Bank agrees to pay $8 million to alleged victims of Augusto Pinochet's regime. The group claimed Riggs helped the former Chilean dictator hide money, which he has since withdrawn.