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HomeVideoCulture of silence, fear and government corruption exacerbate Honduras' drug problem

Culture of silence, fear and government corruption exacerbate Honduras’ drug problem

Honduras will hold elections in 10 days. While President Juan Orlando Hernandez is not on the ballot, he may soon be in the running for a U.S. federal drug trafficking indictment. As special correspondent Tania Rashid and producer-videographer Neil Brandvold report, the nation is a way station for violent drug cartels, and the first family of Honduras appears to be deeply involved.

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