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Topic - Martina Paredes
Lucia Aguero stood with the other farmers in the standoff. About 300 of them had occupied the rich politician's land that they insisted wasn't legally his.
Martina Paredes said her brother's body had one bullet wound in the leg and another in the head.
Ms. Paredes said victims' families want to file an official complaint against the national police, but their lawyer's priority is to defend the 12 suspects -- who face 18 to 25 years in prison if convicted.