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Berta Cáceres court papers show murder suspects' links to US-trained elite troops | World news | The Guardian

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Berta Cáceres court papers show murder suspects' links to US-trained elite troops | World news | The Guardian - The murder of Cáceres, winner of the prestigious Goldman environmental prize in 2015, prompted international outcry and calls for the US to revoke military aid to Honduras, a key ally in its war on drugs.

Eight men have been arrested in connection with the murder, including one serving and two retired military officers.

Officials have denied state involvement in the activist’s murder, and downplayed the arrest of the serving officer Maj Mariano Díaz, who was hurriedly discharged from the army.

But the detainees’ military records and court documents seen by the Guardian reveal that:


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