Trial is notable for highlighting land and nature defender murders that ordinarily go unpunished
The sentencing on Thursday of seven men accused of murdering Honduran environmentalist Berta Cáceres is only partial justice, but it should inspire anyone committed to ending the slaughter of land and nature defenders around the globe.
A court in Tegucigalpa handed down guilty verdicts on all but one of the eight accused, including two employees of the hydro-electric dam company that the indigenous Lenca woman had been campaigning against before her assassination on 2 March 2016.
Source: The Guardian
Berta Cáceres case: a warning shot for those who would kill activists