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'Organized Crime Permeates Society' in Honduras: Presidential Advisor

'Organized Crime Permeates Society' in Honduras: Presidential Advisor

While Honduran drug traffickers testify in US courts about their ties with the country's political class, a presidential advisor in Honduras has no qualms about saying that the links between criminals and candidates encompass all political parties.

El Salvador Fugitive Tycoon Hiding Out in Switzerland: Report

El Salvador Fugitive Tycoon Hiding Out in Switzerland: Report

A journalistic investigation has revealed that Enrique Rais, a fugitive from corruption charges in El Salvador who is also reportedly the subject of a US investigation, has been living in a luxurious hideout in Switzerland, showcasing how Salvadoran elites are able to use their influence to evade justice.

Another Honduras Narco Negotiates Plea Deal With US

Another Honduras Narco Negotiates Plea Deal With US

The heir of one of Honduras’ most notorious drug trafficking groups is negotiating a plea deal in the United States, adding to the growing list of Honduran capos in talks with US authorities.

Weekly InSight: Guatemala Mayor ‘Tres Kiebres’ - The Art of Being ‘3 Times Broken’

Weekly InSight: Guatemala Mayor ‘Tres Kiebres’ - The Art of Being ‘3 Times Broken’

In our October 11 Facebook Live session, co-director Steven Dudley and senior editor Mike LaSusa spoke about InSight Crime's new investigation of the complicated criminal ties of the mayor of Ipala, Guatemala -- Esduin Javier Javier, also known as "Tres Kiebres."

Guatemala Mayor ‘Tres Kiebres’: The Art of Being ‘3 Times Broken’

Guatemala Mayor ‘Tres Kiebres’: The Art of Being ‘3 Times Broken’

The atmosphere was light, almost jovial, as Ipala's Mayor Esduin Javier turned to the next item on the agenda. The issue was what the people at the municipality's monthly town hall called a "Boulevard." Boulevard was perhaps a strong word for most places, but in this town of 20,000, the 12-meter wide street with a natural barrier complete with palm trees more than qualified.

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