Murder of Honduran land rights activist condemned in Scotland
Berta Caceres had won the acclaimed Goldman Environmental Prize only months ago
THE MURDER on 2 March of Berta Caceres, a Honduran land rights leader and indigineous activist, has sparked outrage, with campaigners calling for an investigation into her death.
Caceres, 45, was a leading environmental and land rights campaigner in her native Honduras, and had continued with her work despite receiving death threats from the army, police and landowners. She was shot four times in the head by gunmen in her home on 2 March.