Jailed Shining Path Chief Denies Terror
: "A copy of a statement Guzman gave to court officials was made available to The Associated Press on Friday by Guzman's lawyer, Manuel Fajardo. Fajardo said the statement was presented on May 5 to judges preparing Guzman's new public trial, which is expected to begin in two to three months." Saratoga (FL) Herald Tribune / AP
Chairman Gonzalo admits that he lead a "popular war" to overthrow the established order, but claims that it was not terrorism. It's strange that this wire story did not get picked up by more prominent media. It must have been that the July 4 holiday left only editors without historical perspective on the news desks.