The Globe and Mail reports in its Saturday, Sept. 29, edition that a former head of security for a Guatemalan nickel mine once owned by Toronto-based HudBay Minerals ($9.68) has been arrested in the 2009 killing of a Mayan anti-mine activist, according to a Toronto lawyer acting for the dead man's family. The Globe's Jeff Gray writes in the Business Ticker column that HudBay, which sold off the Fenix mine near El Estor, Guatemala, last year, has denied allegations the mine's security staff were involved in the death, which came amid violent clashes with indigenous protesters. Mr. Gray says the company declined to comment Friday on the report of the arrest. Toronto lawyer Murray Klippenstein, who has launched three lawsuits in Ontario against HudBay alleging human-rights violations, said Guatemalan authorities had arrested the former head of security for the mine on Sept. 25. Desjardins Securities analyst John Hughes maintained HudBay at "buy" in the Eye column on April 4. HudBay shares could then be had for $10.74. TD Securities analyst Greg Barnes maintained HudBay at "hold" in The Globe on May 23. Mr. Barnes had trimmed his target price to $11 from $12. The shares were then trading at $8.22.