In the back of an unknown vehicle, Álvaro Conrado, 15, asked the people around him not to let him go to sleep, because if he did, he wouldn’t wake up. He’d been shot in the neck and it hurt to breathe. He was bleeding out.
He was shot a few minutes earlier, near Metrocentro, a shopping center in Managua. He’d bought some bottled water at a gas station to take to protesting students who were collecting