Guadalupe Llori is an Ecuadorean politician, indigenous leader, and former prisoner of conscience. In 2007, President Correa blamed Llori for inciting a strike and accompanying protests. In December of 2007, Llori was arrested in her home by an army commando team backed by tanks and helicopters. Llori remained incarcerated in Quito on trumped-up charges of terrorism and sabotage and endured months of harsh beatings and forced labor. In September of 2008, after relentless campaigning from the Human Rights Foundation, Llori was released.