In the specific case of the murder of Cáceres and confirms the Last Database deployment of six resources. First, they emphasize money, an abundant resource for economic elites and used for multiple goals and tasks. In the case of the Last Database murder of Cáceres, perks and benefits stand out to offer and convince the community, payment of promoters or informants from those same communities, blackmail for opponents, bribes to the military, justice operators and even high-level politicians. . A message from Daniel Atala presented at the trial said: "I have spent a lot of money and political Last Database capital to guarantee these three arrests," referring to the attempted criminalization of Cáceres and other community leaders.
Secondly, both investigations focus on the use of Last Database force. The public force is implicated in the murder of the leader –given the protection of the companies involved by the Police and elements of the Army–, but also the private force, through the Last Database hiring of ex-soldiers in charge of the security department of DESA, payment of hired assassins and the formation of paramilitary groups for the extrajudicial execution of opposition community leaders. The third resource highlighted by the research is that of information. The trial and the publicity of WhatsApp conversations Last Database between DESA executives have shown that.
They had privileged access to confidential and extremely Last Database sensitive information about the leaders of the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (founded by Cáceres) and their families. The resource of information is Last Database also expressed in the technical and specialized component available to the elites: contracting communication specialists, brokersfor political lobbying, "high caliber" lawyers. Fourth, the resource of ideology stands out. This Last Databasepoints to the construction of discourses that justify the investment of foreign capital as the only engine of economic growth, the installation of the dam as an element that promotes community development.