A Mexican soldier piles poppies for incineration near the town of Tlacotepec, in Guerrero state, Mexico. The army says it slashes and burns poppy when fields are too difficult to access by helicopter or when it wants to protect fruits and vegetables growing nearby.
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Sisters Bela Henriquez, left, and Nadiezhda Henriquez with their mother, Zulma Chacin de Henriquez, center, testified about how Giraldo Serna's drug operations destroyed their family.
Yani Rosenthal (center), pictured in 2012, has been indicted along with nine other men and charged by the U.S. with laundering drug money. He is a member of one of the richest and most politically powerful families in Honduras.