Terrorists are the sanctioned

WOLA joins leading international human rights organizations in calling on the UN Human Rights Commission to continue to monitor human rights abuses in Nicaragua

Caption: … it turns out that in the end the terrorists were the “sancionados” (sanctioned).

This is a play on the word, the terrorist “dos” referring to Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo.

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