In January 2012, Guatemalan general and former dictator Efraín Ríos Montt was indicted by a tribunal in Guatemala for crimes against humanity, and charged with committing genocide in the 1980s against the country’s poor, Mayan Ixil people.
This video is part of the Granito: Every Memory Matters project (GMEM).
GMEM is an online forum where anyone can contribute their own stories to a collective memory of the Guatemalan armed conflict.
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