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Tegucigalpa, City of Fury (by Allan McDonald)

Waking Up
by Allan McDonald, translation by Doug Zylstra

Violations of diplomatic immunity and human rights

[I'm running off to catch a train. No time to translate]
Violación a Inmunidad diplomática por régimen de facto y Violación a Derechos Humanos

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Grade D-: Flawed Research from the Law Library of the Library of Congress

From Rosemary Joyce at http://hondurascoup2009.blogspot.com/. Click to see original article with proper formatting and links.

Saturday, September 26, 2009
Grade D-: Flawed Research from the Law Library of the Library of Congress

The siege of Tegucigalpa

From Jesse Freeston at The Real News

Not surprising Obama does nothing about Honduras

...given that he supports using sonic weapons against his own citizens.

Over 150 Scholars and Latin America Experts Call for UN Security Council Pressure on Honduran de Facto Regime

For Immediate Release: September 25, 2009
Contact: Greg Grandin, 347-804-6851
Dana Frank, 831-600-5525

Over 150 Scholars and Latin America Experts Call for UN Security Council Pressure on Honduran de Facto Regime

Honduras: Lawyers Question Basis of Zelaya Ouster

See original article at Upside Down World.
Written by Jennifer Moore
Friday, 25 September 2009

Reponse to desperate fantasy-world golpista comments

...claiming that no chemical attack happened yesterday, despite the hundreds of reports of injuries, and claiming that I, Zelaya, or Radio Globo is making up the sonic attacks...They're actually amusing in their utter idiocy, if it's possible to laugh while crimes against humanity are being carried out. Here's one:

A Schock! Wunderkind brownshirt lies about source of lying report

From Schock's website:

“The bottom line is one of the most basic foundations of the world community is the rule of law,” said Schock. “The nonpartisan Congressional Research Service concluded that the removal of former President Zelaya was Constitutional, and we must respect that. It’s unconscionable that our Administration would attempt to force Honduras to violate its own Constitution by cutting off foreign aid.”

Day 90, September 25, 2009 from Oscar (translation by Camille Collins Lovell)

As I write, I am speaking to a person who is inside of the Brazilian Embassy and reports that the building is being attacked with chemicals. They have the impression that the military is preparing to break in. This is the beginning of a new stage of the conflict which seems to get more violent with every passing day.

Yesterday was long, many things happened and I am still trying to understand fully the consequences of the day. Certain fears around the march of the "whites" in the end did not come to pass and the morning was uneventful.

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