In this June 1, 2013 photo, people who say their relatives were killed by police officers and soldiers attend a "Justice for Life" concert in memory of their dead relatives and to demand justice, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. In the midst of a scandal over the police shooting of a university president's son, the government of Honduras launched an unprecedented effort last year to clean up a U.S.-backed police force widely seen as deeply brutal and corrupt. "Every day that passes without a cleanup of the police, a high price is paid in human lives, in sisters, mothers and sons who lose their loved ones because of the state's inability to guarantee security in the country," said Jose Murillo, coordinator of the Alliance for Peace and Justice, a coalition of civil society activists. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

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In this June 1, 2013 photo, people who say their relatives were killed by police officers and soldiers attend a "Justice for Life" concert in memory of their dead relatives and to demand justice, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. In the midst of a scandal over the police shooting of a university president's son, the government of Honduras launched an unprecedented effort last year to clean up a U.S.-backed police force widely seen as deeply brutal and corrupt. "Every day that passes without a cleanup of the police, a high price is paid in human lives, in sisters, mothers and sons who lose their loved ones because of the state's inability to guarantee security in the country," said Jose Murillo, coordinator of the Alliance for Peace and Justice, a coalition of civil society activists. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
In this June 1, 2013 photo, people who say their relatives were killed by police officers and soldiers attend a "Justice for Life" concert in memory of their dead relatives and to demand justice, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. In the midst of a scandal over the police shooting of a university president's son, the government of Honduras launched an unprecedented effort last year to clean up a U.S.-backed police force widely seen as deeply brutal and corrupt. "Every day that passes without a cleanup of the police, a high price is paid in human lives, in sisters, mothers and sons who lose their loved ones because of the state's inability to guarantee security in the country," said Jose Murillo, coordinator of the Alliance for Peace and Justice, a coalition of civil society activists. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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