This was made abundantly clear on January 11, 2005, when they murdered Raúl Castro Bocel, a local indigenous Kaqchikel inhabitant who had been participating in the protest in Los Encuentros, Sololá, blocking the transport of a cylinder destined for the Marlin mine.
Eso quedó claro el 11 de enero del 2005 cuando asesinaron a Raúl Castro Bocel, habitante local indígena Kaqchikel quien estaba protestando en Los Encuentros, Sololá el paso de un cilindro destinado para la mina Marlin.
We have already seen two indigenous people murdered in relation to the Marlin mine: Raul Castro Bocel by police bullets in Sololá and Álvaro Benigno Sánchez by a private security agent from the Golan Group, contracted by Glamis Gold in San Marcos.
Ya han sido asesinados dos hombres indígenas en relación a la mina Marlin: Raúl Castro Bocel por balas de la policía en Sololá y Álvaro Benigno Sánchez por un agente de seguridad privada del Grupo Golan, contratado por la Glamis Gold en San Marcos.
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