Slain Organizer Fought for Workers' Freedom to Form Unions

April 11, 2007: Santiago Rafael Cruz, an organizer for the Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC), was found bound and beaten to death yesterday in the group's Monterrey, Mexico, office. FLOC doesn't believe it was a random killing.

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