Charges sought against peasants in Paraguay deaths

FILE - In this June 21, 2012 file photo, farmers protest holding pictures of people who died on June 15 during clashes with police as they were evicted from a reserve, on the outskirts of Curuguaty, Paraguay. Prosecutor Jalil Rachid says he has no physical evidence showing who killed six police officers during a bloody land dispute that prompted the downfall of Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo. He says he didn’t even try to determine who killed 11 farm workers who also died after bullets started flying. Even so, Rachid has said he’ll ask a judge on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 to formally charge 10 peasants who survived the fusillade with attempted homicide, and punish them with up to 25 years in prison. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz, File)CURUGUATY, Paraguay (AP) — The prosecutor says he has no physical evidence showing who killed six police officers during a bloody land dispute that prompted the downfall of Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo. He says he didn't even try to determine who killed 11 farmworkers who also died when the bullets started flying.