Seven Dodge Bullets in Six Days as Violence Aimed at Colombian Unionists Continues

February 26, 2015

Cali, Colombia, has never been an easy place to be a trade unionist. As the trade agreement between Colombia and the United States turns three years old, union leaders there are still being shot at by death squads who see organized workers as a dangerous, radical element that must be eliminated. Just in the past week, seven unionists were shot at by masked gunmen in Cali. 

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