Peru police shoot indigenous protestors

Peru’s military has opened fire on indigenous activists who were blocking further Amazon mining, helicopters have been seen dumping charred bodies into the river to cover-up the death toll. Contact the Peruvian embassy – solidarity actions are planned June 11 through 16.

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1 Response to Peru police shoot indigenous protestors

  1. Avatar copy cat says:

    This is terrible, and i would support anyone’s right to go to Peru, as an individual, and give that government what for (or send money to organizations fighting these injustices). I would also ask, who owns the land upon which the mines are operating? As with many of these countries, i would think that “legally” they are owned by the mining company, but were ipso facto stolen by the government, and sold to the company.

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