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Reposted comment from Mark Bonta: Fito's compromise

I've been on the hill all day. Thanks to Mark for keeping me up to speed.

Original El Heraldo story here

'Casa por Carcel' is misleading. Appears Adolfo Facussé has put together a basket of options that actually include reinstating Mel, bringing in a peacekeeping force from Canada/Panama/Colombia, house arrest then amnesty, etc. and so forth.

TODAY: event at Congress with Dr. Luther Castillo

The National Front Against the Coup, a conglomeration of Honduran civil society organizations fighting to restore democracy; and Hondurans for Democracy, a Washington, DC-based grass roots organization; invite you to a presentation and photo exhibit highlighting the violent repression of the Honduras de facto regime against the Honduran people. A briefing on the situation in and outside of the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa where the Constitutional President of Honduras Manuel Zelaya Rosales is housed, will be provided.

FIDH appeal to UN Security Council and International Community

Communique from the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), appealing to the UN Security Council and all the International Community an urgent response to the worsening of the situation in Honduras.

Federación Internacional de Derechos Humanos (FIDH)

Comunicado

Honduras

La FIDH pide al Consejo de Seguridad y a toda la comunidad internacional una reacción urgente ante el agravamiento de la situación en Honduras

http://www.fidh.org/LA-FIDH-PIDE-AL-CONSEJO-DE

Radio Globo back up for now

Urgent
We call on the resistance to come to the front of the Radio Globo facilities on Tuesday September 29, 2009. Pass it on.
http://www.radioglobohonduras.com/
Listen.

Urgente
Se convoca a la resistencia a presentarse en frente de las instalaciones de Radio Globo el martes 29 de septiembre del año 2009. Pásalo
http://www.radioglobohonduras.com/
Escúchanos

The Sound and Fury of the Honduran Coup, by Laura Carlsen

Click link to see original article in CounterPunch
September 28, 2009
Acoustic and Chemical Attacks on the Brazilian Embassy
The Sound and Fury of the Honduran Coup

By LAURA CARLSEN

Over the past few days, reports poured in from Honduras of the use of sound devices and chemical warfare in attacks on the Brazilian Embassy by the Honduran coup. The use of Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) has been confirmed by observers and journalists. Numerous photographers have also documented their use.

News Release: Crackdown in Honduras

News Release: Crackdown in Honduras
Institute for Public Accuracy

September 28, 2009

ADRIENNE PINE
Pine is assistant professor of anthropology at American University, has done extensive research on Honduras and has been blogging about recent events.

El Tiempo's website down

Not a big surprise, given the attacks on the few remaining independent media outlets, like Radio Globo, and in light of the strong anti-coup El Tiempo Staff Editorial, titled "The Real Goal of the 45-Day Curfew is to Torpedo November's Electoral Process", translated by Kristin Bricker at Narco News, and the long letter from Jaime Rosenthal, owner of El Tiempo, to the Honduran people, posted here in Spanish:

De Jaime Rosenthal Oliva y su familia al pueblo hondureño

Speech at Universidad Pedagógica this morning

This is Laura Taylor's translation of speeches she recorded from the front of the Universidad Pedagógica this morning, described in Spanish here. Photos of the event are below.

The importance of international solidarity*
*not to be mistaken, the Front is ready and organized but needs additional support

From the National Resistance Front Against the Coup d'Etat

Brilliant Offensive against Whole Foods

DC Actions today and tomorrow

From CISPES.
Friends in Solidarity with Central America,

The violence in Honduras continues to intensify, with military attacks on the Brazilian embassy where President Zelaya has taken refuge and on civilian populations organizing in resistance to the coup. If you are in DC, please join us for two actions (more details below)

1) TODAY!! Monday, September 28 4 pm. Demonstration at the Honduran Embassy
2) TOMORROW: Tuesday September 29, Congressional briefing with Dr. Luther Castillo, 11:00-12:30 (Rayburn building, U.S. Congress)

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