A Paraguayan guerrilla leader is out with a new book _ presented by his lawyers in the street outside his maximum security jail.
Tuesday's book launch comes despite a police veto and opposition from the government. The government calls the Paraguayan People's Army nothing more than a band of criminals.
Guerrilla leader Alcides Oviedo is serving an 18-year sentence for kidnapping. He lays out a political ideology in the book that says profound inequality in Paraguay justifies armed revolution.
Oviedo lawyer Raul Marin says his client's writing reflects a real need for change in a country where elite landowners enjoy near total control and the poor lack even the smallest amount of land needed for a dignified life.