Bolivian Diary October 7 1967: The Last entry

After this, he was captured by CIA backed special Bolivian Army regiment.

“The 17 of us set out under a slither of a Moon; the march was exhausting and we left tracks in the canyon we walked through; there were no nearby houses, but there were potato seebeds irrigated by ditches from the same creek.
We stopped to rest at 2:00 because it was futile to continue. Chino becomes a real burden when we had to walk at night.
The Army issued an odd report about the presence of 250 men in Serrano to block the escape of 37 [guerrillas] that are said to be surrounded. Our refuge is supposedly between the Average and Oro Rivers.
The report seems to be diversionary.

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