US aids Honduran police despite death squad fearsBy ALBERTO ARCE and KATHERINE CORCORAN
Apr. 01, 2013
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Flashback: DEA Terrorists Gun Down Two Pregnant Women & Other Innocents From Safety Of HelicopterTEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — The U.S. State Department, which spends millions of taxpayer dollars a year on the Honduran National Police, has assured Congress that money only goes to specially vetted and trained units that don't operate under the direct supervision of a police chief once accused of extrajudicial killings and "social cleansing."
But The Associated Press has found that all police units are under the control of Director General Juan Carlos Bonilla, nicknamed the "Tiger," who in 2002 was accused of three extrajudicial killings and links to 11 more deaths and disappearances. He was tried on one killing and acquitted. The rest of the cases were never fully investigated.