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Terror among Lencas after killing

Following the lates killing of another Lenca leader, the relatives and community members reveal the state of terror they lived under. From the Lenca Chief's opinion, terror is exactly what the perpetrators aim at caousing on the people that has opposed the expropriation of their natural resources to be given to development project that only benefit the private enterprise and the government, leaving landless many Lencas.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/mar/09/berta-caceres-honduras-activist-murder-nephew-silvio-carrillo-interview

El Estado de Honduras actuando irresponsablemente

La detencion del sobreviviente y testigo del crimen es un acto incomprensible. Honduras esta actuando de manera irresponsable pues no puede garantizar su seguridad, o en casos peores, siendo una narco-democracia, es mu probable que el estado lo asesine bajo custodia.

http://www.laprensa.hn/honduras/937438-410/mexicano-dice-que-escenario-del-crimen-de-berta-c%C3%A1ceres-fue-modificado

The State of Honduras manipulates crime scene

There are emerging evidences of contamination of crime scene and the actions by the authorities after the killing of Berta signals a high degree of state obstruction of justice.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/mar/08/berta-caceres-honduras-blocks-sole-witness-from-leaving-country

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This is the virtual home of the indigenous nations who are members of the great kingdom of Managuara. Among those are several Lenca ethnic groups that include the Taulepa, Poton, Cacaguira, Lenca Guajiquiro, Jiboas, Maya Chorti, Xinka, Tauahka, Uluas, Miskitu, Mayagnas, Chontal, Rama, and those tribes who have settled within our land, and whose ancestors forged alliance with our royal house and its Guancasco. Together we are the pillars of the great House of the Jaguar. We are many peoples in one realm.

Our indigenous nation and its rights and freedoms are guaranteed by virtue of the dynastic Taulepa tradition, the tribal law and the UN Declaration of the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples of the World, 2007. Specifically, our rights are enshrined in the articles download here

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