Contra Terror in Nicaragua: Report of a Fact-finding Mission, September 1984-January 1985
A telling indictment of the U.S. policy of attempting to destabilize Nicaragua through a campaign of terror directed at its people.The testimony of the victims of contra attacks exposes the policy of torture, murder, rape, kidnapping, and random violence employed by the people Ronald Reagan describes as "the moral equals of our founding fathers".
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1984—Contras kidnapped 60 contras Adolfo Calero Affidavit Affidavit of Father Affidavit of Jorge America April armed with rifles August Barreda Bermudez Blandon Briones Valenzuela Brody campesinos Carmela Gutierrez Chapter civilian defenders coffee Condega contras ambushed contras armed contras attacked contras burned contras entered contras invaded contras kidnapped contras killed cooperative Cruz December destroyed Diaz district escape Exhibit farm fire five grenade group of contras Honduras hundred contras INRA Jalapa Jicaro Jinotega July June kidnapped four kidnapping three killing three leader Lopez Managua March Maria Matagalpa military mortars Nicara Nicaraguan government November Nueva Segovia Ocotal October paras Perez pick-up truck Puerto Cabezas Quilali raped Reagan refugees Regional Command Rio Coco Rio San Juan Rivera Sandinista sector separate attack September shot Sister Siuna Somoza task force Telpaneca throat told took tortured town Waslala Witness for Peace workers wounded Zelaya
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