Inside San Pedro Sula, the corrupt, cartel-infested birth place of the migrant caravan
The murder scene of Jose Tinoco, 22. He was supposedly killed because he left the 18 Street gang. Punishment for anyone who leaves a gang is death
Deborah Bonello, mexico city Orlin Castro, san pedro sula
30 OCTOBER 2018 • 7:00AM
In the Rivera Hernandez neighbourhood in southern San Pedro Sula, there are no official wars or borders.
But the sprawling urban slum of breeze block houses is clearly divided up between seven opposing gangs, and the streets that divide the territories are considered lines not to be crossed.
It is one of the most violent areas of one of the most dangerous cities in the world’s most murderous region.
And it was from here, and other zones like it, that hundreds of Hondurans packed their bags earlier this month and left to join the migrant caravan to cross real borders in an attempt to get to the United States.
Among them were Carlos Hernandez’s 19-year-old cousin and aunt. Mr Hernandez, 28, stayed...
POR CÁ É QUE NUNCA SE SABE DE ONDE E O QUE ANDARAM A FAZER OS QUE OS INTERNACIONALISTAS SALVAM.OS PAPÁS TEREM ANDADO A MATAR PORTUGUESES BRANCOS EM ÁFRICA ATÉ PODE DAR DIREITO A UMA PENSÃO DE ANTIFASSISTA...PORQUE OS AFECTOS SÃO DO CARAÇAS...