GUATEMALA: LA PUYA’S CELEBRATION OF LIFE, PEACE, AND DEFENSE OF THE EARTH, article by Alexandra Pedersen
Honduran society remains shocked at the tragic fate of Aníbal Barrow, a journalist and university professor whose body was dismembered and scattered around a lake in Villanueva, in the northern province of Cortés.
· (June 12, 2013) New York Post article: “State Department Stymied Probe Into Shooting Of Four Hondurans, Whistleblower Says”
· (August 2012) Rights Action / CEPR Report: “Collateral Damage Of A Drug War: The May 11 Killings In Ahuas And The Impact Of The U.S. War On Drugs In La Moskitia, Honduras”
(Article by Grahame Russell) The Struggle For Justice For Genocide Continues in Guatemala - And A Story About The Relentless, Collective Work Of Ants
Even as the genocide verdict in Guatemala has been "over-turned" by the very partial Constitutional Court, it is important to focus attention on, and one day hold to account other governments - particularly the United States - and other international actors, such as the World Bank and IDB, for how they contributed to and benefitted from the genocides and crimes against humanity in Guatemala.