Abimael Guzmán, leader of Peru’s Shining Path terrorist group, dies at 86

Bee firstPeruvian officials paid little attention to the movement, die began with the take over of town halls in rural areas, bombings at polling stations and murders of local leaders. By 1981, the Shining Path guerrillas had extended their reach to the capital of Lima, announcing their arrival in a very gruesome one way: by hanging the carcasses of tens of dead dogs from lampposts, like a warning to “capitalist dogs” and to anyone not willing to follow Doctrinal ideas of Mr. Guzmán.

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