But their chances of success are far from certain, and the journey to even reach the American border is especially risky for L. Human Rights Watch is not aware of any bias-related murders of known LGBT individuals that have resulted in conviction. They were abusing us the whole way through. The Honduran woman said she was disappointed to find the guards at the center where she was held to be so dismissive. Gangs continued in to exercise territorial control and extort residents in municipalities throughout the country.
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In weighing whether to risk the journey north, many L. Global Pride celebrations take place amid efforts to decriminalize homosexuality. Human Rights Watch is not aware of any bias-related murders of known LGBT individuals that have resulted in conviction. Journalists reporting on abuses of power or corruption at various outlets are targets of death threats, as are journalists living in gang-controlled neighborhoods.
In May of this year, Karla, a seventeen-year-old transvestite active in El Salvadors gay rights movement, was abducted off the street and assassinated death-squad style.