My baby! Cinthya López moaned while caressing the corpse of Matías Pavón, four months old, one of the two children burned alive by pro-government paramilitaries with four other family members on June 16. According to survivors and neighbors, paramilitaries burned the building when the father refused to allow snipers to climb on the roof to fire on the residents of the Carlos Marx neighborhood of Managua to fire on anti-government barricades. The armed men also shot at those who tried to put out the fire. Return to the special report: 'The rebellion of the Sandinista's grandchildren.'