Kimy Pernía Domicó
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Kimy Pernía Domicó (1950–2001) was an indigenous leader of the Embera Katio in Colombia. He is best known for testifying before a Canadian parliamentary Sub-Committee on Human Rights and International Development in Ottawa in 1999 in which he criticized the Urra Dam project and it's effects on the Embera Katio peoples. His criticsm lead to his abduction and disappearance on June 2, 2001. His whereabouts remain unknown.
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