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  • JrMar 3, 2017 at 1:14 pm

    The case should definitely be reopen.”There is a video which appears to be showing Kevin Solorzano at his university the same day and at what might well have been the same time Edwin was being killed according to accounts given by witnesses of the crime”. If that’s not proof enough that he is innocent then I don’t know what will. I hope the case is reopen, because if he is innocent then they are ruining his life. The Honduran government needs to be put in check. They need to get rid of corruption.

  • eliza503Mar 2, 2017 at 7:57 pm

    This seem sad for me, but at the same time I’m wondering how do you know he is innocent? I know in our country there is a lot of corruption maybe Kevin tried to earned some money to pay his studies, but he never thought that it could be end in this. I saw a lot of people posting on Facebook about this, but did someone think about the pain that is suffering the family of Edwin?

  • slg0498Feb 27, 2017 at 2:45 pm

    This article it was really good and really realistic because is made us see how our government is been broken and how people with power get what they want. This young man is paying for something that he didn’t do. Do you ever ask your self why are so many criminals free in our country? may be because they had the power to buy their freedom.

  • Edu_KnightFeb 27, 2017 at 1:58 pm

    Honduras’ governments system seems to be very broken and in trouble. As it seems that this college student has all rights to be free due to all things proving that he is an innocent person. The government might be in the widows side even when they have all the proof of innocence in front of their eyes.

  • DdtncFeb 27, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    It not fair that they put him in jail if he is innocent because he is not the one who committed the crime it not fair that he is paying the charge of the other person. They should find more evidence and let him free he if is innocent.

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