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Who Killed Berta Caceres? by Nina Lakhani
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Who Killed Berta Caceres? by Nina Lakhani
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Jun 02, 2020 | ISBN 9781788733069

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“Lakhani’s book meticulously unpicks a Gordian knot of corruption, impunity, and violence, to show how the struggle against the dam is deeply-rooted in historical power dynamics in Honduras.”
—Julia Zulver, openDemocracy

“Nina Lakhani is a brave reporter. She had to be. Since the coup in Honduras, 83 journalists have been killed; 21 were thrown in prison during the period when Lakhani was writing her book. She poses the question ‘would we ever know who killed Berta Cáceres?’ and sets out to answer it.”
—John Perry, Council on Hemispheric Affairs

Who Killed Berta Cáceres? offers the inside track on a case that is not only emblematic of the struggle for rights and representation in Honduras, but of the global battle for rights and the environment in the face of corrupt governments and irresponsible business.”
—Ben Leather, Global Witness

“Without a doubt, the most comprehensive account of the events which led up to and followed Cáceres murder … It lays bare the facts of the Berta Cáceres case and demands they are faced. In the long struggle against colonial extraction and systematic violence, Who Killed Berta Cáceres? points to the rough road ahead.”
—Harry Holmes, Bright Green

“A powerful indictment of the Honduran justice system and peeling back the mask on how power operates in the country.”
—Alice Stevens, Dublin Review of Books

“Important reporting not just on Cáceres but on the current state of Honduras, a cosseted US ally presided over by a kleptocratic elite, where nearly a third of the population lives on less than $3 a day.”
—Jennie Erin Smith, Times Literary Supplement

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