Late Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet left all his worldly goods to his family, according to his will, which was made public yesterday as part of a probe into the fortune he amassed in office.
When Pinochet died in 2006, aged 91, a legal investigation was ongoing into the whereabouts of an estimated US$26 million ($32 million) he had squirrelled away.
Pinochet, whose 17-year military dictatorship began with a 1973 coup, was never sentenced for the abuses committed under his regime, during which around 3000 people were killed or went missing.
About US$20 million of his fortune is thought to sit in bank accounts outside the country. Many of Pinochet's accounts have now been frozen.