JOURNALIST RELEASED AFTER EIGHT YEARS
He was originally given a 20-year prison sentence on 7 November 1994 for allegedly producing propaganda for the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement in Alto Mayo, according to WiPC. The organisation says the only evidence brought against Carranza Ugaz was a confession extracted under duress, and statements made by former guerrillas who testified against him in exchange for lighter sentences. For more information, contact WiPC by e-mail (email@example.com) or see www.oneworld.org/internatpen/.">mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com) or see www.oneworld.org/internatpen/.