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Members of Anonymous claim to have accessed 730 MB of e-mails from mining companies operating in Mexico.
"According to Censored News, the emails show that mining companies don’t really care about the environment, devastating Indigenous lands, considered to be sacred, without giving it much thought," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.
"The Native Americans from regions such as Sonora, Mexico, and the O’odham, who live on both sides of the US-Mexico border, fear that their lands will be completely destroyed and their water will be poisoned if the silver and gold mining operations continue," Kovacs writes.
Go to "Anonymous Proves Mexico Is Destroying Indian Sacred Lands" to read the details.
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