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Alexander Erick Martínez Ávila, also known as Erick Martínez, (1980?-May 5, 2012) was a Honduran advocate and spokesperson for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) minority rights in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. A former journalist, he went into public relations for Asociación Kukulcán. He was also known to be a "Zelayista" activist.

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  • Along a roadside near the village of Aldea Guasculile in Olancho province
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  • Alexander Erick Martínez Ávila
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  • Alexander Erick Martínez Ávila, also known as Erick Martínez, (1980?-May 5, 2012) was a Honduran advocate and spokesperson for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) minority rights in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. A former journalist, he went into public relations for Asociación Kukulcán. He was also known to be a "Zelayista" activist.
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  • Erick Martínez Ávila
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  • Alexander Erick Martínez Ávila, also known as Erick Martínez, (1980?-May 5, 2012) was a Honduran advocate and spokesperson for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) minority rights in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. A former journalist, he went into public relations for Asociación Kukulcán. He was also known to be a "Zelayista" activist. Days after his announcement to run as a Resistencia Party congressional candidate in the November elections, Martínez went missing and was found strangled to death about 3 kilometers from the capital.Of those murdered in Honduras, Martínez is one of between 20-62 LGBT Hondurans since 2010 and one of 22 journalists and supporters of ousted president Manuel Zelaya since the 2009 Honduran coup d'état.Another visible LGBT Honduran activist and Zelayista, Walter Tróchez, was murdered on 13 December 2009 in Tegucigalpa.
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  • frank
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  • Asphyxiation by strangulation
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  • Tegucigalpa
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  • National Autonomous University of Honduras / Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras
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  • running for legislative elections
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  • National Popular Resistance Front / Frente Nacional de Resistencia Popular
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  • Alexander Erick Martínez Ávila
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  • Honduran
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  • Journalist & public relations
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  • Asociación Kukulcán
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  • Libre party / Partido Libertad Y Refundación
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  • Hato de Enmedio, Honduras
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