In early May, former dictator Rios Montt was convicted in his own country, Guatemala, of genocide. Then three weeks later, apparently due to extrajudicial political pressures, that conviction was thrown out. Professor Colin Snyder provides some needed clarity into justice in Guatemala and the role President Reagan, a big Montt supporter, may have played in that bloody ethnic cleansing against indigenous Maya. US relations in the rest of this hemisphere are called into question by this enlightening discussion.

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