Peruvian farmers were protesting a British mining company, Monterrico Mine that sought to come in and mine in a community of people who needs their land to get by.
The people, 28 of them, were detained and tortured for their trouble. They threatened rape of the women, and shot, hooded and beat them all. But now, the people have a lawyer interested in their case and they are going to get justice.
The odds in the company’s favor are not very good. There are lots of pictures to prove where it was done and how it was done.
The witnesses saw the police being directed by executives and others that work for the company. Most of the injuries sustained were serious, some died.
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