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DATE=10/8/1999 TYPE=CORRESPONDENT REPORT TITLE=PINOCHET EXTRADITION (L) NUMBER=2-254812 BYLINE=PAMELA MCCALL DATELINE=LONDON CONTENT= VOICED AT: INTRO: A London magistrate has ruled (Friday) that former Chilean leader Augusto Pinochet may be extradited to Spain to face human-rights charges arising from his 17-year rule. A Spanish judge says General Pinochet should be prosecuted for a campaign of terror against his political opponents. Pamela McCall reports from London where anti-Pinochet demonstrators celebrated the magistrate's ruling. TEXT: /// SFX: CROWD SHOUTING /// "Murderer." they shout. Even in victory, anti- Pinochet protestors are not backing down. But there were scenes of jubilation on the streets outside the London courthouse when the ruling was announced. One demonstrator, Patrice Leone, says the ruling is a major step forward in protecting human rights. /// LEONE ACT // We will see now for the first time there is hope for the future, a new generation. We're going to start this millennium without dictatorship, or without governments that kill people only because they think differently. /// END ACT /// Elation over the ruling was quickly tempered, since General Pinochet will not be sent to Spain right away. His lawyers are expected to appeal. General Pinochet is in poor health and was not

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