The US claims that it provides training for special forces in Honduras solely to combat drug trafficking and organized crime, but in reality, these US-trained forces are frequently used to inflict state-sponsored violence against community activists. The recent crackdown in Pajuiles against those resisting a contested hydroelectric dam project is just one more example of the clear involvement of US-supported forces in the repression of Honduran civilians.
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