Ángel Gahona was live-streaming a protest against President Daniel Ortega when he was shot dead. His family believe the aim was to silence him

Two weeks before live-broadcasting his own death on Facebook, Ángel Gahona admitted fearing his days were numbered.

“If I turn up dead one day, don’t be surprised,” his father recalled him saying as the pair stared out at Bluefields Bay one blustery afternoon.

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