Dismemberment by bone saw provides a delightfully gruesome image, but is so much less efficient than dismemberment by high explosive. The MK 82 referenced above could easily dismember dozens in an instant. And because the victims are poor, and our bomb wasn't dropped in an embassy basement, the press coverage is way less intrusive.
"Does one life brutally taken . . ."
And again, or still, thousands of dead non-combatant men, women, and children killed by the Saudis with our assistance, disappear. Is it just that it's easier to imagine our tax dollars being spent to support a regime that kills an individual, rather than confronting the deaths of thousands killed with our tax dollars?
Whose paying for food, porta-potties, and care for the Honduras refugee caravan--any evidence anybody is? People often take every lempira with them when they immigrate. Many Hondurans live on less than $2/day--scarcely buys a cappucino, and nowhere close to an hour on a tennis court (https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/country_result.jsp?country=Honduras). But that's what they pay with.
Porta-potties? They don't need porta-potties. They just tell the limo driver to stop at the next 3-star restaurant--they're realistic, they know there aren't a lot of 4-star restaurant on the rural roads in Honduras, Mexico, and Guatemala. I remember one of my immigrant students telling me how hard it was to get a good Duck a l'Orange on his way to the US.
In fact, they eat what they can; local folks sometimes provide a little food; often the poor are far more generous than the rich. Care? If you mean medical care, it's the same care they got in the village back home. Next to free, because it's next to non-existant. Here's a pic of the typical medical care offered to an immigrant in the caravan https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/migrants-break-through-fence-at-guatemala-border-1.4140908:
Porta-potties. You gotta be shitting me.