In this March 23, 2013 photo, police stand next to the bodies of Billy “Babyface” Jovel Mejia, 23, and Wilder Javier “Sadboy” Alvarado, 20, after they were found dead on the outskirts of the Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Each had a single 9 millimeter gunshot to the head, and their hands were tightly bound. Jovel was missing his right eye, Alvarado his left. Alvarado’s mother, Norma, said police had raided her home at least six times in search of her son. (AP Photo/Fernando Antonio)

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In this March 23, 2013 photo, police stand next to the bodies of Billy “Babyface” Jovel Mejia, 23, and Wilder Javier “Sadboy” Alvarado, 20, after they were found dead on the outskirts of the Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Each had a single 9 millimeter gunshot to the head, and their hands were tightly bound. Jovel was missing his right eye, Alvarado his left. Alvarado’s mother, Norma, said police had raided her home at least six times in search of her son. (AP Photo/Fernando Antonio)
In this March 23, 2013 photo, police stand next to the bodies of Billy “Babyface” Jovel Mejia, 23, and Wilder Javier “Sadboy” Alvarado, 20, after they were found dead on the outskirts of the Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Each had a single 9 millimeter gunshot to the head, and their hands were tightly bound. Jovel was missing his right eye, Alvarado his left. Alvarado’s mother, Norma, said police had raided her home at least six times in search of her son. (AP Photo/Fernando Antonio)
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