Nicaragua: Released Political Prisoner says “Some Police Know It’s Not Right”

Juan Carlos Bow

Wilfredo Brenes Dominguez, who’s been detained three times, asserts that he’s seen changes in the attitude of some police officers.

Ninety-one Political Prisoners, including the “Water Carriers”, Moved to House Arrest

Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

Ninety-one political prisoners of the 160 being held by the Ortega regime were released to house arrest at 2 am on December 30

European Parliament Member Sees Sanctions on the Ortega Regime Soon


The Ortega Murillo clan will only react if there is more international pressure

People of the Year: Nicaraguan Exiles

nicaragüenses exiliados
Cindy Regidor

Nearly 100,000 Nicaraguans have taken refuge in Costa Rica, USA, Panama, Spain and other countries.

Political Prisoner Amaya Coppen’s Brothers Assaulted by pro-Ortega Mob

Ivette Munguía

The aggressors beat and threatened the political prisoner’s brothers, then turned them over to the police

Nicaraguan Police Deploy 1,000 Troops to Guard Ortega during his Daughter’s Wedding

Iván Olivares

For 12 hours, the 16 kilometer route between the El Carmen presidential residence/bunker to the Hotel Pueblo Viejo, was guarded by police placed every.

NYT Reporter Assaulted Twice by Ortega Supporters with Police Presence

Ivette Munguía

The fanatics surrounded the reporter and threw her to the ground and tried to steal her cell phone and the Police “did nothing” to help her

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