Protests in Colombia turn deadly, police massacres ‘at least 16’ protesters in Cali
VIDEOKINGS — Riot Police massacred “at least 16” people in Colombia’s third largest city, Cali, in response to protests against President Ivan Duque, human rights defenders said Friday. In a press conference, Cali human rights organizations said they were able to confirm the assassination of 16 people and were in the process of verifying another six police killings.
The people were allegedly murdered in the neighborhoods El Calipso and El Diamante, according to the human rights organizations. Locals additionally uploaded evidence that police was indiscriminately opening fire on civilians in three other neighborhoods.
The reports of police terror all came from the impoverished southeast of the city.