Peruvian tourism entrepreneur threatens radio station after report accuses him of violating indigenous rights

A tourism business owner in the Amazonian region of Peru burst into a church threatening the Catholic radio station Ucamara in the city of Nauta to stop interfering in his business, reported the Press and Society Institute.

Roberto Rotondo, owner of Jungle Expedition, threatened the station after it alleged that the business's marinas along the River Marañón violated the rights of the local indigenous communities that depend on the Amazon tributary for transportation, fishing, and planting crops.