Snipers Hunting Down Citizens in Nicaragua, Former Army Major Says

A sniper with a Dragunov sniper rifle, in a range of eight hundred meters away, can point directly at a person leading a march. From atop a building, from a privileged position, without someone interrupting throwing stones or mortars at him, the armed man simply pulls the trigger and kills easily.

That is the explanation by the former major of the Nicaragua Army, Roberto Samcam, after analyzing the latest report of the Asociación Nicaragüense Pro Derechos Humanos (ANPDH) – Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights – published on July 3, that 198 people have died from a single shot since the protests began on April 19.

In the same list, which records data between April 19 and July 2, it is noted that 127 people died of accurate

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