Case of Chilean army personnel snooping on Peru and Bolivia before Supreme Court

"I am not a spy", declared an Army lieutenant in charge of Caliche, a secret project of the Chilean Joint Command destined to snoop on communications in Peru and Bolivia. His case, currently before the Supreme Court, revealed a plot where suspicions of leaking information to "foreign powers" and the violation of weak military security converge.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "I am not a spy", declared an Army lieutenant in charge of 'Caliche', a secret project of the Chilean Joint Command destined to snoop on communications in Peru and Bolivia.

His case, currently before the Supreme Court, revealed a plot where suspicions of leaking information to "foreign powers" and the violation of weak military security converge.

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