A few days later he returned de Soto. In Huamachuco did not have any Indian soldiers. Rebellion and did not smell. "On the way, I have not seen anything other than a demonstration of good will, and all was quiet." He angrily pointed Pizarro, that if they had to judge Atahualpa, it should be sent to Spain for the Emperor's court. The debate, however, was meaningless. Atahualpa died. Now, finally, the Spaniards could go to Cusco. However, it seems that their actions in Cajamarca they brought upon themselves the curse. Villainous capture Atahualpa, a parody of the court and the penalty may be explained by tactical considerations, but they symbolize the nature of these adventurers thirsting for gold. Those months spent waiting for gold, the Spaniards lived off the wealth accumulated labor of Indians. They have cut about a hundred and fifty lamas in the day that their herds were endless, dragging away the fabric from army depots in Cajamarca, demanded and received from local leaders a constant flow of food. These were people who did not think about the future, and they bore the curse of their own greed.
Hallelujah Side, The: A Novel
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