Peru’s anti-riot tactics unmatched in lethality

FILE - In this March 14, 2012 file photo, a miner is roughed up by riot police during clashes in Puerto Maldonado, Peru. Civilian deaths are disturbingly frequent when protesters in provincial Peru confront police. Peru's crowd control tactics are unmatched in lethality according to the independent National Coordinator for Human Rights watchdog. (AP Photo/Miguel Vizcarra, File)Sixteen-year-old Cesar Medina was returning home from an Internet cafe, his mother says, and got caught up in a crowd of demonstrators when police and soldiers opened fire. A bullet tore into his head, killing him instantly.