HONDURAS Although the Honduran press has not suffered any direct aggression in the last few months, it finds itself in the midst of a national debate on the degree of military influence on civilian life. This discussion reached its high point at the end of July, when the armed forces refused to allow two military men, principal suspects in the rape and murder of a young woman, to be arraigned by a civilian court. Military pressure on the media was reported in connection with this case. Two journalists of the national radio network HRN, Irma Santos and Lucia Alvarado, who had reported extensively about the case, said they had received anonymous threats in an apparent attempt to silence them.