Hilaria Zavala poses for the picture during an interview with The Associated Press in Ahuas, Mosquitia region, Honduras, Monday, May 21, 2012. On Friday May 11, a joint Honduran-U.S. drug raid, on a helicopter mission with advisers from the DEA, appears to have mistakenly targeted civilians in the remote jungle area, killing four riverboat passengers and injuring four others. Later, according to villagers, Honduran police narcotics forces and men speaking English spent hours searching the small town of Ahuas for a suspected drug trafficker and detaining several villagers. Zavala said six men kicked in her door about 3 a.m., threw her husband on the ground, put a gun to his head and then took him away for two hours.(AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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Hilaria Zavala poses for the picture during an interview with The Associated Press in Ahuas, Mosquitia region, Honduras, Monday, May 21, 2012. On Friday May 11, a joint Honduran-U.S. drug raid, on a helicopter mission with advisers from the DEA, appears to have mistakenly targeted civilians in the remote jungle area, killing four riverboat passengers and injuring four others. Later, according to villagers, Honduran police narcotics forces and men speaking English spent hours searching the small town of Ahuas for a suspected drug trafficker and detaining several villagers.  Zavala said six men kicked in her door about 3 a.m., threw her husband on the ground, put a gun to his head and then took him away for two hours.(AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Hilaria Zavala poses for the picture during an interview with The Associated Press in Ahuas, Mosquitia region, Honduras, Monday, May 21, 2012. On Friday May 11, a joint Honduran-U.S. drug raid, on a helicopter mission with advisers from the DEA, appears to have mistakenly targeted civilians in the remote jungle area, killing four riverboat passengers and injuring four others. Later, according to villagers, Honduran police narcotics forces and men speaking English spent hours searching the small town of Ahuas for a suspected drug trafficker and detaining several villagers. Zavala said six men kicked in her door about 3 a.m., threw her husband on the ground, put a gun to his head and then took him away for two hours.(AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
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