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Public Letter: We Have the Right to Think that You are Part of the Crime – Falling Into Incandescence


Public Letter: We Have the Right to Think that You are Part of the Crime – Falling Into Incandescence:

Public Letter

President of the Republic, Juan Orlando Hernández,

Attorney General of the Republic, Oscar Chinchilla,

The relatives of Berta Cáceres, the COPINH [Civic Council of Popular
and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras], the Platform of Social and
Popular Movements of Honduras (PMSPH) and the Popular Coordination Berta
Cáceres, for the ears of Honduran society and the international
community, we are writing you to express and demand the following:

It is about to be one month since the crime against Berta Cáceres and
Gustavo Castro. To date, what we know with certainty is that you, as
leading figures of the government and the Honduran State, failed in your
duty to protect the life of Berta, despite repeated reports of death
threats, and that since 2009 the CIDH [Inter-American Commission on
Human Rights] informed you that she faced real and serious risks and
requested that you protect her. That is to say, you are now responsible
for this crime and we hope that one day you will be judged.

Following the crime against Berta and Gustavo Castro, several matters
have come to light that require your explanation and clarification, but
this must first be done for the victims and later to those who will
judge you. Among the main points to be clarified are:

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