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Berta Caceres' Movement Warns of New Death Squads in Honduras | News | teleSUR English


Berta Caceres' Movement Warns of New Death Squads in Honduras | News | teleSUR English: “We believe that what was the 316 in the 1980s has moved into our territories,” Tomas Gomez, leader of the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Movements of Honduras, or COPINH, told the publication Pasos de Animal Grande on Monday.

He added that that the apparent death squads operate with a hit list that was formerly topped by Berta Caceres in the years leading up to her murder.

Gomez recently told teleSUR that the harassment and threats against COPINH and the Lenca community in Rio Blanco, the site of the contested Agua Zarca dam that Caceres resisted, have increased since she was assassinated on March 3.

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