Julieta Castellanos, dean of the National Autonomous University of Honduras, has led a crusade to purge the police after officers were blamed for the assassination of her son in October 2011. (Tim Johnson/MCT)
Julieta Castellanos, dean of the National Autonomous University of Honduras, has led a crusade to purge the police after officers were blamed for the assassination of her son in October 2011. (Tim Johnson/MCT) MCT
Julieta Castellanos, dean of the National Autonomous University of Honduras, has led a crusade to purge the police after officers were blamed for the assassination of her son in October 2011. (Tim Johnson/MCT) MCT

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