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Sicario, A Job Like No Other
Sicario, A Job Like No Other
Honduras 2016, San Pedro Sula, La Satellite. Gustavo, known as “El Taro,” and Carlos, known as “El Negro,” are sicari. They are threatening to kill the family of a dealer known as "RATO" if he doesn’t pay for the drugs he’s been given. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2016. A view of San Pedro Sula. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2016, San Pedro Sula, Col El Carmen. Forensic police. The body of Alvaro Orellana, 27 years old. He was a Pandillero (gang member), killed at the hands of a sicario. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2018, San Pedro Sula, Rivera Hernandez. Pedro, taxi driver and sicario, relaxing before going to work. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2018, San Pedro Sula, Col Satellite. Manuel Nando Ponce Arriaza, 9 years old, with his grandfather Davin, cries on the coffin of his mother, Iris Sabillon Arriaza Ponce, 33. She was killed by mistake by a sicario from the MS13 gang. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2018, San Pedro Sula. Normally Pedro works as a taxi driver during the day, but he has been asked to go collect a fee (extortion). The 38mm is ready. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2016, San Pedro Sula, La Planeta. According to some witnesses, two men (sicarios) on a motorcycle shot up the car, killing a 32-year-old man (Gustavo Alejandro Fuentes, merchant) and his 8-year-old son (Josue Denis). He probably had not paid the extortion fee. The yellow cards mark every bullet found on the ground. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2016, San Pedro Sula, La Fusina. Mary Elizabet Romero Manely, 36, was arrested and accused of extortion and robbery. Together with her are her brothers Nilson Felipe, 24, and Josè Daniel, 26. They have been accused of homicide. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2015, San Pedro Sula, Col El Carmen. The 9mm of Felipe Umberto, sicario, 31 years old. © Michele Crameri
Honduras 2015, San Pedro Sula, Barrio La Guardia. The body of sicario Daniel Umberto Castillo Nuñes, 22, gunned down by a rival, being photographed by the national police. © Michele Crameri
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