Peru’s new Labor Minister was leader of Shining Path, according to prominent terrorist

The newspaper La República has access to the testimony of terrorist Juan Alarcón Gutiérrez, arrested on August 3, 1981.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peruvian Labor Minister Iber Maraví Olarte has been identified as a leader of the Shining Path terrorist group in Huamanga and a co-author of several attacks involving Edith Lagos, one of the most prominent terrorists from the early days of the Shining Path.

The newspaper La República has access to the testimony of terrorist Juan Alarcón Gutiérrez, arrested on August 3, 1981. In his account, he says that he knew Iber Maraví, now Minister of Labor in Pedro Castillo's government, very well and refers to him as "in charge of a . . .

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