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Who was Nery Orlando López Sanabria, the author of the drug ledgers in the Tony Hernández trial

He collaborated with the DEA, is that why they killed him? “Those who knew who [he] was, would be fearful of his becoming a DEA collaborator,” López’s lawyer told Univision.
6 Dic 2019 – 06:05 PM EST
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Nery Lopez Sanabria put on a defiant face after his arrest. Crédito: Courtesy of La Prensa
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The spirals of the drug ledger notebooks are visible in a close up of the black case they were found in after police arrested Lopez Sanabria and found a hidden compartment under the car seat. Crédito: Courtesy of La Prensa.
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Inside a compartment hidden under the seats of one of Nery López's cars, police found several luxury watches, including five Rolex watches. Crédito: Courtesy of La Prensa.
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After the arrest of Lopez Sanabria, June 6, 2018, authorities displayed what they allegedly found inside a hidden compartment under the seats of one of the cars accompanying him. Crédito: Courtesy of La Prensa.
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The drug ledgers were allegedly foubd inside this huidden compartment in one of Lopez Sanabria's cars, along with cash and guns. June 6, 2018. Honduran prosecutors' arrest report / Southern District of New York evidence file.
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This hidden compartment was found under the seats of one of Nery López's cars when he was arrested on June 6, 2018. Honduran prosecutors' arrest report.
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The entrance to the hacienda 'La Vieja,' where López Sanabria lived with his wife and children, according to a report by Honduran prosecutors after his arrest June 6, 2018. Crédito: Claudia Mendoza/Univision
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The ranch home of Lopez Sanabria in Quimistan, northern Honduras. Crédito: Lopez Sanabria arrest report/Southern District of New York evidence files
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López was held at the Ilama maximum security prison in Santa Barbara, Honduras, known as 'El Pozo'. Crédito: Claudia Mendoza / Univision
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El Pozo is one of the two maximum security prisons in Honduras. Crédito: Claudia Mendoza / Univision
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According to López Sanabria, he suffered punishment and abuse in jail, whihc is partly why his lawyers requested his transfer to a military battalion, fearing he was going to be killed. But the government ignored their request. Crédito: Courtesy of López Sanabria's lawyers / Univision
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While in jail, López Sanabria complained that he was given raw food to eat and lost 26 pounds. Crédito: Courtesy of López Sanabria's lawyers / Univision
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In June, López Sanabria instructed his lawyers, Carlos Chajtur (left) and Omar Dubon (right), to visit the DEA office in South Florida with an offer to collaborate with the United States Department of Justice.
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On October 26, López Sanabria was speaking with a pair of uniformed security guards in a corridor inside a maximum security prison in western Honduras. A few seconds later, six inmates jumped out of a security sliding door with guns, shooting him repeatedly, while others attacked him with knives. Crédito: Video of the National Penitentiary Institute (INP) / Univision
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Four of the alleged murderers of Nery López appeared in court a few days after the murder. But two other assailants have not been identified. Crédito: Courtesy of La Prensa.
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Ricardo Antonio Gutiérrez, identified as one of those responsible for the murder of Nery Orlando Sanabria inside the ultra high security prison, El Pozo. Crédito: Courtesy of La Prensa.
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Haroldo Lorenzana, alias 'El Compadre, was captured on November 14 in Guatemala. Lorenzana was a supposed partner of Nery López Sanabria and the name 'El Compadre' appears frequently in his drug ledgers. Crédito: Courtesy of El Periódico.
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