RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Chimay, a village in the department of Petén in Guatemala, Mayan leader Domingo Choc Che was burned alive on June 6th after being accused of witchcraft. Four of the suspected murderers have since been arrested.
Several videos of his incineration can be seen on YouTube and Facebook and have gone viral in recent days. They show that a group of at least 30 people, including children, witnessed the lynching and shot videos with their mobile phone cameras.
Domingo Choc Che was allegedly blamed for the death of a chronically ill patient by relatives, who . . .