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Tim Elfrink // #Florida Jury Finds #Bolivian Ex-President, Defense Minister Responsible for "#BlackOctober" Civilian Killings | Miami New Times


Florida Jury Finds Bolivian Ex-President, Defense Minister Responsible for "Black October" Civilian Killings | Miami New Times - A federal jury found two former Bolivian leaders responsible for a bloody government crackdown in 2003 known as "Black October" and awarded $10 million to the families of indigenous peaceful protesters killed by soldiers. The two men, ex-President Gonzalo "Goni" Sánchez de Lozada and former Defense Minister Carlos Sánchez Berzaín, fled to Key Biscayne when they were forced out amid the bloodshed.

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