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After a five-year investigation, a Honduran court will deliver its verdict in the trial of David Castillo, the hydroelectric executive accused of plotting the brutal 2016 murder of environmental activist Berta Cáceres.
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After nine months of delays, David Castillo appears in court to face trial for allegedly coordinating the murder of Berta Caceres. Prosecutors reveal new evidence – including previously unheard telephone recordings, and new text messages – that, they insist, prove David is a manipulative killer.