Peruvian radio station loses its license after host allegedly incited public to kill tourists

Peruvian authorities revoked the broadcasting license of Radio Líder after a radio host incited the public to kill foreign tourists, according to the Gaceta Ucayalina.

Bernardino Sebastián Manuel hosts a radio program in Ucayali, in the east of Peru. When a listener called in saying foreigners were murderers and criminals who were coming into Peru to steal locals' organs and fat, the host simply agreed, saying, "yes, this is true," reported the newspaper La República.

See a video with the audio compiled by América Televisión.