Leaders of Peru's Shining Path rebel group have spent decades in jail for their part in a bombing which killed dozens of people.
But as the Maoists near the end of their sentences, a judge is deciding whether a trial should be held over new terrorism charges.
Critics say the new accusations are designed to keep them locked up until they die.
Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Lima.
Source: Al Jazeera