Christopher Estrada, 7, the nephew of David Estrada, looks out from the family home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras . David Estrada used to be a gang leader. He founded his neighborhood's unit of Honduras' most powerful street gang, MS-13, but is now employed and no longer with the gang.
Christopher Estrada, 7, the nephew of David Estrada, looks out from the family home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras . David Estrada used to be a gang leader. He founded his neighborhood's unit of Honduras' most powerful street gang, MS-13, but is now employed and no longer with the gang. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com
Christopher Estrada, 7, the nephew of David Estrada, looks out from the family home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras . David Estrada used to be a gang leader. He founded his neighborhood's unit of Honduras' most powerful street gang, MS-13, but is now employed and no longer with the gang. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com

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