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News RSF_en HondurasAmericas 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies April 27, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders hails the life sentences that a Tegucigalpa court passed on 11 June on three men for radio presenter Alfredo Villatoro’s abduction and murder in 2012. While the sentences constitute an advance in the fight against impunity, RWB urges the authorities to establish effective measures to protect journalists.The three men – Marvin Alonso Gómez and two brothers, Osman Fernando and Edgar Francisco Osorio Argujo – were convicted on 24 March of “aggravated abduction.” Kidnapped from his home on 9 May 2012, Villatoro was found dead near Tegucigalpa eight days later.In another encouraging development for freedom of information, the Honduran parliament approved a bill for the protection of journalists on first reading on 4 June. Although the text of the bill has not yet been made public, it provides for a mechanism for protecting human rights defenders, judicial officials, journalists and “social communicators” (community media, bloggers and netizens).“We welcome the sentences passed on Villatoro’s murders and we hope this bill will help to prevent such crimes from recurring,” said Camille Soulier, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Americas desk. “We encourage the Honduran authorities to include civil society, especially human rights groups, as much as possible in the discussion of this bill.”The protection mechanism will have two aspects, one preventive and one for protecting those in danger. The measures include monitoring by mobile phone network or satellite, camera installation, the loan of bulletproof vests and assigning bodyguards.These measures are long overdue in Honduras, which has one of the world’s highest murder rates and where journalists are often the targets of threats and violence.In one of the latest cases, Miguel Callejas, a city hall official in the northwestern city of Cholomas, threatened to kill local TV journalist Alex Sabillón on 16 June. The presenter of the programme Hechos de Choloma on Multicanal TV, Sabillón often covers murders in the region. Callejas told Sabillón he was not impressed by the police bodyguards he had been assigned. “I don’t give a damn that you have policemen with you, you son of bitch, we are going to kill you,” he said. Callejas has threatened and insulted Sabillón in the past and, on 23 May, unidentified individuals went to Sabillón’s home to photograph him. Reporters Without Borders hopes that the existing judicial provisions will be able to provide Sabillón will real protection and ensure that these threats are punished.RWB also hopes that the proposed new law takes account of all news and information providers, including those working for community media, who are often the targets of threats and violence, especially when defending indigenous rights and campaigns to recover land.The antenna of Puca Opalaca, a community radio station based in the eastern Intibucá region that is an offshoot of the Civic Council of Honduran Popular and Indigenous Organizations (COPINH), was damaged on 30 May.La Voz de Zacate Grande, a community radio that is the mouthpiece of the Zacate Grande Land Recovery Movement in the south of the country, was forcibly closed by 300 military policemen on 3 June 2010 for the alleged illegal occupation of land owned by Miguel Facussé Barjum, a businessman that the station has often accused of abuses. He is on the Reporters Without Borders list of “predators of press freedom.”Honduras is ranked 129th out of 180 countries in the 2014 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. News HondurasAmericas Follow the news on Honduras News Help by sharing this information Reports Receive email alerts RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” Organisation May 13, 2021 Find out more June 19, 2014 – Updated on January 20, 2016 RWB encourages Honduras to step up efforts to combat impunity to go further RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America December 28, 2020 Find out more
December 10, 2020 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s Basketball Opens First D-1 Road Swing At Denver Saturday Brad James Tags: Denver Pioneers/Dixie State men’s basketball Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailDENVER-Saturday, Dixie State men’s basketball (2-0) commences its first road swing as a Division I squad by visiting Denver (1-2) at the Magness Arena.Dixie State head coach Jon Judkins has won 571 career games at Dixie State University and Snow College and is only 12 wins short of surpassing former University of Utah women’s head basketball coach Elaine Elliott (582-234, .713) for the most wins in Utah college basketball history.The Trailblazers score 80 points per game, tying them for 76th in the nation with Michigan State, Chattanooga, Northern Iowa, Arizona, Morgan State, Cal Poly and Indiana State.Dixie State surrenders 60.5 points per contest, tying them for 43rd nationally with Utah and Drake.Junior forward Jacob Nicolds, the reigning WAC player of the week, leads the Trailblazers in scoring (15.5 points per game), rebounding (8.5 boards per contest) and steals (three).Sophomore guard/forward Frank Staine (12.5 points per game) is the only other Trailblazer to average double figures in points..Junior guard Cameron Gooden leads Dixie State with 9 assists and senior guard Dason Youngblood has three blocked shots to pace the Trailblazers.Denver averages 68.7 points per game, ranking the Pioneers 214th nationally in scoring offense. The Pioneers also surrender 77.3 points per game, tying them for 242nd nationally with High Point.Junior guard Jase Townsend is Denver’s leading scorer, averaging 16.7 points per contest as well as five rebounds per game.Sophomore forward Robert Jones (11.3 points per contest, a team-best three blocks) and senior forward Frank Ryder (11 points) also score in double figures on-average for the Pioneers.Junior forward Tristan Green (7.3 rebounds per game) leads Denver on the glass while sophomore guard Roscoe Eastmond leads the Pioneers with 10 assists. Eastmond, Green and junior guard Taelyr Gatlin lead Denver with two steals apiece.Denver is coached by Rodney Billups who is in his fifth year at the helm of the Pioneers’ program. Billups has led Denver to a 47-77 (.379) record.