A year and a half ago, as Guatemalans were just getting used to the coming of peace after 36 years of civil war, they were shocked by the murder of a prominent Catholic Bishop, Juan Gerardi. The case is still unsolved. From Guatemala City, NPR's Phillip Davis has the report.



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