Shot in the Back: The human impact of the Honduran coup
By quotha.net : January 19, 2010
Watch Witness For Peace's powerful new video, and then Take Action to tell President Obama to continue suspending all U.S. military aid to the Honduran security forces that continue committing widespread human rights violations.
More US Visa Cancellations
By hondurascoup2009.blogspot.com : January 19, 2010
Tiempo reported today that the United States notified three more golpistas that their US visas had been cancelled. Those notified in a letter dated January 15 included Luis Ortez Williams, the de facto Minister of Youth, Myrna Castro, the de facto Minister of Culture, Art, and Sports, and Josť Rosario Bonano, the de facto Secretary of Public Works, Transport, and Housing.
Probe Links Opus Dei with Honduran Coupists
By insidecostarica.com : January 19, 2010
A group of the Honduran Catholic Church known as Opus Dei participated actively in the coup against constitutional President Manuel Zelaya, said a study published here Monday. According to the investigation, named "Opus Dei in Honduras, The Catholic Church in the Coup" by sociologist Marco Burgos, active members of this clan are making intromissions in the Honduran national politics, despite Honduras is officially considered a secular country.
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