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December 12, 2009

Rights advocates say Zelaya supporters targeted in Honduras

Ulises Sarmiento, a devout and wealthy follower of ousted Honduran President Manuel "Mel" Zelaya, paid a heavy price for his loyalty: A few weeks ago, hit men attacked with grenade launchers and a deluge of bullets, killing his two bodyguards. Human rights advocate say it's part of a worrisome trend since Zelaya was toppled from office in June.

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