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The 45-year-old leader of the trans rights group Asociación Cozumel Trans was shot in the head by attackers.‘Murders of LGBTQ+ people are not investigated by the authorities and as a consequence, most of the cases go completely unpunished,’ Cattrachas said at the time.‘Honduras is a hostile and dangerous country for LGBTQ+ people and the government has not done enough to face this reality.’By some counts, the country has one of the world’s highest rates of murders of transgender people.

But its government may be starting to wake up to the scale of the problem, after President Xiomara Castro acknowledged last month the state’s role in the death of Vicky Hernandez.The sex worker and trans activist was killed in San Pedro Sula in June 2009 during a military coup.