Marxist Terrorists Massacre 16 in Peru as Once-Defunct Communist Group Rises Again: Authorities

Sixteen men, women and children were slain in the mountains of Peru on Sunday evening in an attack that authorities are blaming on the Shining Path, a Marxist terror group that was previously believed to have been almost completely defunct.

The attack comes just weeks ahead of a tight runoff election in which the same ideologies behind the country’s decades-long civil war at the end of the 20th Century are facing off at the ballot box.

The massacre — which The New York Times noted was one of the country’s worse in the decades since former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori restored order with less-than-liberal means in the late 1990s — took place in the mountain town of San Miguel del Ene.  Source: Western Journal (Read More)

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