In El Tiempo. The adolescent was on his red bicycle heading to a soccer field yesterday afternoon, and when the cops passed in their vehicle and heard him shout they stopped, got out, and shot at him from a distance. He fell off his bike and died:
An invitation to join the protest against the current ferocious attack on public education everywhere reposted here:
* * * PLEASE INVITE YOUR FRIENDS THAT ARE ALUM OF ANY UC * * *
!! UPDATE !!
Since its own site and regular broadcast signal were shut down by the de facto government, it can be heard here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/concierto-voces-contra-el-golpe
Please distribute among your friends in Honduras.
Qué hacer ante los gases lacrimógenos
Como medida preventiva, les enviamos unas breves recomendaciones de seguridad para preservar la integridad física de las personas que utilicen su derecho a protestar.
Esta guía es un resumen traducido al español de las recomendaciones dadas por un equipo médico en las recientes manifestaciones en Seattle y Washington DC.
RECOMENDACIONES DE SEGURIDAD
Sheeps to the slaughter: Innocents called to be used in the assault on the Brazilian embassy
Red Hondureña de Noticias - RedHN. Tegucigalpa, Wednesday, Seprtermber 23, 2009, 10:50- Tomorrow, Thursday thousands of public and private workers have been called upon and rounded up from all the regions of the country with the intention of carrying out a civil assault against the Brazilian embassy, where the constitutional president of Honduras, José Manuel Zelaya Rosales, is staying.
This photo is of Carlos Humberto Izaguirre, 51, who was at COFADEH to file a complaint about how he was tortured by National Police for the fourth time since the de facto regime has been in place. Image links to article in Spanish, and COFADEH's statement about the attacks they suffered at the hands of the de facto government are below.
...from neighborhoods all over the city, where hunger and the pent-up fury of imprisonment and attacks on people in their homes is provoking people to want to take back their neighborhoods.
You might think this is satire...but it's not. One of the coups financiers complains that the curfew is harming Honduras's economy. "If only that pesky resistance would stop making us have to repress them."
By Blake Schmidt and Andres R. Martinez
[translator's note: from this morning- so much is happening that this is already somewhat outdated]
I began this note as the day approached marking the end of the dark night, and a new Honduras was about to awaken, full of anxiety and hope that what seems to be the climax of the crisis is the prelude of its demise. The dictatorship has certainly awoken a giant and to put him back to sleep they'll have to beat him with force or dye trying.
Micheletti's government has announced indefinite imprisonment of the Honduran people.