EL SALVADOR: Brazen Murder

Leftist leadership murdered

The junta that took over El Salvador's government more than a year ago, ending the repressive reign of Dictator Carlos Humberto Romero, has proved powerless against the wave of terror loosed by both the left and the right. In what amounts to an undeclared civil war, 8,400 people have been killed in terrorist attacks so far this year. Last week brought one of the most barbaric acts yet. In broad daylight, as the six men who led the country's left conferred in the Jesuit San Jose high school on a...

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