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Honduras: Terror in the Aguán
Written by Greg McCain
Thursday, 11 April 2013 12:05
Last year, liberation theologian and recognized Resistence leader Padre Fausto Milla publicly stated that LIBRE had high-level drug traffickers among its candidates. This earned him—no surprise—the enmity of the party, who threatened in return to sue.
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US blacklists Honduran 'drug lord' Chepe Handal
10 April 2013 Last updated at 12:09 ET
The United States Treasury has frozen any assets held in the US by the alleged leader of a Honduran drug-trafficking organisation.
The US Treasury accused Jose Miguel Handal Perez, known as "Chepe Handal", of smuggling cocaine from Colombia and Venezuela to Mexican drug cartels.
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Is a World Bank Loan Funding Murders in Honduras?
by Jeremy Kryt – April 5, 2013
Bank-funded palm oil company implicated in “death squad” killings of land-rights activists
Today's press release from the Treasury Dept. (pasted below) includes a link to a Chepe Handal narco flow chart.
Treasury Designates Honduran Drug Traffickers
Action Targets Honduran Link to Colombian and Mexican Narcotics Operations
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Will Congress act to stop US support for Honduras' death squad regime?
In Honduras, Reagan-era atrocities are back as the Obama administration funds a state implicated in murdering opponents
Saturday 30 March 2013 08.00 EDT
The video (warning: contains graphic images of lethal violence), caught randomly on a warehouse security camera, is chilling.
From CEPR's The Americas Blog:
Written by Alex Main
Friday, 29 March 2013 16:10
John Negroponte, William Brownfield and Death Squads Inc.
By Cort Greene
Friday, 04 March 2005
William Brownfield gave a speech in which he stated that the U.S. will support the Honduran police but ignore its commander.