The attackers played propaganda music of Ortega and later threw stones into the interior of the temple where a mass was taking place.
“The struggle continues and I don’t necessarily have to be based in my town. I have to protect my life,” she asserts.
The students note that they were not released under Ortega’s self-Amnesty Law, because they never committed any crimes.
The peasant leader and member of the Civic Alliance was asked to blame the Catholic Bishops Conference for the barricades
Politically outspoken leader of the market venders can’t return home following her release from prison, as it was sacked and occupied the night.
“If Ortega doesn’t return the television station, he’s a thief.” “The Ortega wing of the Sandinistas hates liberty, democracy and freedom of the press”