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Five years after the murder in the heart of the Amazon of the Asheninka leaders Edwin Chota, Jorge Ríos Pérez, Leoncio Quintisima Meléndez, and Francisco Pinedo Ramírez, OjoPúblico traveled to Ucayali.  
Our examination of files, reports, and evidence reveals negligence and a string of irregularities involving several state officials responsible for investigating a 2008 complaint that later led to the ruthless 2014 killing of indigenous leaders: the strategies of the mafias behind the trafficking of timber between Peru and Brazil. A report prepared with the support of Proética.
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