A teenage FARC guerrilla, eight months pregnant, wants to have her baby. But the guerrilla leaders
A child soldier flees a paramilitary unit, but is recaptured. The paramilitary commander gathers together the students from the local school to watch the execution, as a warning.
A guerrilla unit commander, ordered to blow up a military vehicle, becomes bored with waiting, and decides to bomb a car carrying a civilian family instead.
FARC guerrillas, suspicous that a local schoolteacher is reporting on them when she leaves town, capture and hang her.
The project is called 'The War We Have Not Seen', by the Points of Encounter Foundation, and captures a few of the conflict's innumerable horrors, horrors which would have made headlines in any normal country, but, if not for this project, would have gone unnoticed here.
The museum has, incidentally, done a good job of becoming bilingual.
|A river of death.|
|Killing a woman.|
|A paramilitary officer. In the background, a woman he raped and then murdered.|
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours