The company, while Javier was in jail, made progress and are close to starting exploration- if they haven’t already. Yes, as to be expected, they are violating all kinds of rights. They have, for example, taken over part of the community forest reserve land used by tourism by the community and transformed it into a mining camp(SEE IMAGE BELOW). They are getting ready to drill close to pristine rivers and streams, will affect tourism, have built and or resurrected roads without environmental impact studies, and so forth and so on, ad nauseam.. But such is how Responsible Mining takes place in primary forests in a developing countries. It can be summed up as: the hell with the laws and Constitution, mining at all costs. And those costs keep piling up. Victor Hugo is still on the run, 375 days after the sham accusations and mock judicial process. Amnesty International, the International Human Rights Federation and now have denounced the numerous and growing abuses by the state. Human Rights Watch is also investigating.