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June 28, 2013 6:43 PM

Violence in Honduras has U.S. fingerprints on it

Modern-day Honduras is largely controlled by violent, murderous gangs. Many of its leaders learned the tricks of that trade on the streets of American cities, including Los Angeles, and in American prisons — before they were deported. (The U.S. deports 32,000 Hondurans a year.)

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