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Children's drawing on legal size off-white paper. A grey-and-blue band has been drawn along the bottom on the page, representing a river. Eight human figures have been drawn standing along the river bank; seven of these figures are purple and one of these figures is turquoise. The turquoise figure is to the far right of the page, is firing a gun, and is labelled "soldado". An inscription above the purple figures reads "Masacrando companeros en nuestro pueblo en el salvador". There is a large blue building and a blue helicopter in the upper left of the page. The helicopter is labelled "Avion". The upper right of the picture contains three turquoise human figures with hats, firing guns towards the blue building. In the far upper-right corner is a house drawn in pencil with the label "lo Nivel". At the top of the page, in the middle, is the name "Carlos" written in pencil.

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