With Linda Cooper, James Hodge is co-author of Disturbing the Peace: The Story of Father Roy Bourgeois and the Movement to Close the School of the Americas.
Investigating the role of El Salvador's oligarchy in the era of death-squad killings complicates prosecution for Romero's death, but the human-rights reporting mechanisms he set up survive.
A U.S. magistrate ordered Col. Inocente Montano extradited to Spain to be tried for 1989 massacre of Jesuit priests, but follow-through looks unlikely after over a year of delays.
This month marks a year since a death squad broke into the home of Berta Cáceres, and shot Honduras' most prominent environmental activist to death.
Liteky, 85, who died Jan. 20 in a San Francisco hospital, was "an exceptional peace activist for our time because he had such credibility with the military."
Former Salvadoran defense minister, tied to killings of Oscar Romero and churchwomen, deported back to El Salvador
US upholds deportation order for former Salvadoran defense minister linked to slayings of Romero, churchwomen