Radio Station in Paraguay allegedly attacked by members of Paraguayan People’s Army with explosives

Posted on October 5, 2012 • Filed under: Conflicts, Crime, Explosives / Bombs, Paraguay reported that police chief, Antonio Gamarra, Concepcion police chief, is leading the operation in Horqueta to investigate new attack allegedly carried out by members of the Paraguayan People’s Army (EPP). The radio workers who were unharmed horqueteña are Juan Carlos Godoy and Teresa Villa Alta Silva Fleitas, who were on the radio, in a surprise when the explosion occurred. According to preliminary data, the half capital correspondent, named Feddy Rojas, son of the owner of the radio AM Cesar Rojas, was threatened through leaflets left in the vicinity of the radio. Read Article

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