Honduras Coup - Day 328 - May 21, 2010
- Urgent Alert: Honduran Resistance Leader and Pres. Candidate, Carlos Reyes, Recieves Death Threat
By hcvanalysis.wordpress.com : May 21, 2010
Last night at 6:00pm Carlos H. Reyes, leader of the Honduran Resistance Movement and former Independent Presidential candidate, received a death threat on his cell phone. He was able verify that the call came from a land telephone in Tegucigalpa. The number was 226-9965.
- Inter-American Human Rights Report Riles Government
By Thelma Mejía - ipsnews.net : May 21, 2010
On a fact-finding mission to Honduras this week, an Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) delegation took aim at the dismissal of several judges who expressed their opposition to the Jun. 28 ouster of president Manuel Zelaya.
- Protect Carlos H. Reyes from Honduran death squads
By quotha.net : May 21, 2010
The U.S. State Department has repeatedly stated that human rights are at the "top of their agenda" in Honduras. Why then have over 40 activists, journalists, environmentalists, feminists and LGBTQI activists been murdered since the coup?
- COPINH and resistance member assassinated
By hondurashumanrights.wordpress.com : May 21, 2010
The Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras, COPINH, denounce the assassination of Olayo Hernandez Sorto, 37, id the community of Pueblo Viejo, member of COPINH, and comunal secretary of the Popular Resistance Front against the coup d’ state of the community of Pueblo Viejo, Colomoncagua Municipality, Department of Intibucá.
- Supreme Court to Lobo Sosa: "No Thanks"
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : May 21, 2010
The chief justice of the Honduran Supreme Court, Jorge Rivera Avilez, in response to question from the press, said that Porfirio Lobo Sosa, in discussions with him, asked him to postpone the dismissal of judges who opposed the coup d'Etat. But the Supreme Court asserted its independence and specifically claimed it would not "go backwards".
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