Honduras Coup - Day 245 - February 27, 2010
- It's Just Politics, Says Interpol
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : February 27, 2010
La Tribuna reported today that the Interpol spokesperson in Honduras, Orlin Cerrato, announced that Interpol in Honduras will no longer forward international arrest warrants against Manuel Zelaya Rosales and his former Ministers because Interpol believes them to be political crimes...
- Honduran newspaper discovers murder after 3 days
By alethonews.wordpress.com : February 27, 2010
A headline in this morning's edition of the Honduran daily La Tribuna, fervent defender of last year's coup d'état against President Mel Zelaya, announces the search for the “gang member” that killed the daughter of veteran union organizer and anti-coup resistance figure Pedro Brizuela. The murder of Claudia Larisa Brizuela Rodríguez, which took place on February 24 in the Céleo González neighborhood in the northern city of San Pedro Sula, had not prompted any prior coverage in the mainstream Honduran press despite the papers' usual predilection for homicide photographs.
- Thousands of Zelaya Supporters Renew Protests in Honduras
By globalresearch.ca : February 27, 2010
Thousands of supporters of ousted Honduras president Manuel Zelaya took to the streets of the capital Thursday for the first time since President Porfirio Lobo took office last month, AFP reported.
- Changing the face of the same coin: Lobo dumps Military Chief Involved in Coup and replaces him with another high military officer charged by the authorities of the same
By elquinceavopaso.blogspot.com : February 27, 2010
General Carlos Cuéllar was one of the Generals charged by the Honduran Public Prosecutor with exiling President Manuel Zelaya Rosales on June 28, so its hard to see how moving from one golpista General to another is actually a response to international pressure to not have anyone associated with the coup as part of the Lobo Sosa government, but maybe its the degree to which Romeo Vasquez Velasquez is linked to the coup that necessitated his removal. In any case, this is not a radical change.
- Honduras: Neither Forget Nor Forgive, Cries the Resistance
By Oscar Hernández - mrzine.monthlyreview.org : February 27, 2010
In a multitudinous mobilization held in the capital, the National Front of Popular Resistance (FNRP) yesterday demanded constitutional reforms and punishment of the perpetrators of the coup d'état of 28 June 2009.
- Honduras: Partial list of resistance members murdered by pro-capitalists
By infoshop.org : February 27, 2010
Journalist Gabriel Fino Noriega was murdered by men in a black vehicle who fired seven shots at him on the afternoon of July 3rd as he left a news program at Radio Estelar in San Juan Pueblo.
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