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Findings By the Attorney General’s Office Regarding the Assassination of Berta Cáceres Are Insufficient | Justice for Berta

11.5.16

Findings By the Attorney General’s Office Regarding the Assassination of Berta Cáceres Are Insufficient | Justice for Berta - Last May 2nd we found out, through the media, of the actions taken by the Attorney General’s office (AG) and the Technical Criminal Investigation Agency (ATIC in Spanish), which resulted in the capture of four people presumably responsible for the assassination of our beloved Berta. They are: Edilson Duarte Meza (triggerman), Sergio Rodriguez (Manager for social and environmental issues for the company ‘Desarrollos Energéticos S.A. (DESA)), Mariano Díaz Chávez (Instructor for the Military Police for Public Order and Special Forces Army Major), and Douglas Geovanny Bustillo (Retired Lieutenant for the Armed Forces and DESA’s former director for security). We know that soon after, Emerson Eusebio Duarte Meza, was captured, and that the AG office made mention of a person named Henry Javier Hernández, who presumably participated in the act but has yet to be captured.


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