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    Title:[Lawyer defends civil patrollers accused in Rio Negro massacre] 1 of 2
    Abstract:Footage from a public hearing in a courtroom. A lawyer gives a speech defending Carlos Chen, Pedro González Gómez and Fermín Lajuj Xitumul, three patrollers accused of killing two women whose bodies were exhumed from the site of the Rio Negro massacre. The lawyer argues that there is insufficient evidence to corroborate the survivors' testimonies. He argues that the verdict should not rely upon the testimonies of individuals who claim to have witnessed the massacre seventeen years earlier. Tape cuts abruptly to a different setting. There are interviews with two men who witnessed the 1982 massacres. Tape then cuts back to courtroom. The lawyer for the prosecution speaks (not logged).
    Sequence:1 of 2
    Alternative Title:[Asunto de Triva Buena Vista bisequen - Debate Publica]
    Creators:
    • Jésus Tecú OsorioRole: Creator
    • Jésus Tecú OsorioRole: Copyright holder
    • WITNESSRole: Copyright holder
    Contributors:
    • Jésus Tecú OsorioRole: Videographer
    Publishers:WITNESS
    University of Texas Libraries
    Topics:armed conflict and persecution--genocide
    armed conflict and persecution--mass killings
    laws, justice, and judicial proceedings
    Named Entities:Civil Defense Patrols, Guatemala (PACs/Patrullas de Autodefensa Civil)
    Maya Achi People
    Languages:spa
    Geographic Focuses:North America--Guatemala--Departamento de Baja Verapaz--Municipio de Rabinal
    Central America
    Latin America
    North America--Guatemala--Departamento de Baja Verapaz--Río Negro
    Geographic Base:North America--Guatemala
    Type of Resource:Moving image
    Identifier:1152_B00594-001
    Rights:
      This resource is made available by the University of Texas Libraries solely for the purposes of research, teaching and private study. All intellectual property rights are retained by the legal copyright holders. Formal permission to reuse or republish this content must be obtained from the copyright holder.

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    Duration:01:47:15


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