(1995) was the beginning of a campaign to call
attention to the Amnesty Law that was just issued by the Fujimori regime. The
plan was to paste stickers, displaying the face of the paramilitaries
that were granted amnesty, in places of political significance in
Lima. The anonymous action would be repeated every week, with a new
face. The project was supported by APRODEH (Asociacion pro Derechos
The SIN (Servicio
Nacional) was commanded to find the author and stop the campaign. The author
was arrested; APRODEH was able to put pressure for his immediate release.
Still, the underground style of the campaign brought opposition from other
human rights organizations at that time. They were afraid it might have been
interpreted as actions related to terrorist groups. As a result, APRODEH
canceled its support for the project. During the following months, the author
received threatening phone calls.