Thu, 22 July 2010
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Ricardo Valenzuela, a minister in the government of deposed President Zelaya of Honduras spoke for two hours on public radio last April in San Pedro de Sula. During the interview he quoted from documents which he said had been mislaid by the coup plotters, which laid out in detail the plans for the coup, and a note to the US Ambassador. During the interview he jokingly said "This will probably get me killed". Two months later he was; shot in bar restaurant by a gunman who is still at liberty.
Ricardo Valenzuela, ex-ministro del gobierno de Mel Zelaya hablaba en una entrevista de dos horas en Radio San Pedro Sula sobre pruebas documentales de la planificacion del golpe de estado contra ex-Presidente Mel Zelaya. En la entrevista dijo en broma "algo me puede pasar cuando salgo del radio". Dos meses fue assasenido en el bar de un hotel. Su asesino queda libre.
Wed, 21 July 2010
A DOCUMENTARY OF THE HONDURAS COUP
In the first months of the brutal coup in Honduras on June 28 last year over two million Hondurans came out on the streets in protest, largely ignored by the mainstream media.
Katia Lara and Carlos del Valle grabbed their cameras and started shooting. Soldiers were firing live rounds into the crowds on the Tegucigalpa streets. A year later Katia Lara (working in exile) has released a devastating documentary. The first Australian showing (with English subtitles) will be here in Nimbin at Djanbung Gardens on Friday 23rd of July. Warming soup and hot drinks available from 6 pm for a 7 pm screening.
(Admission will be by donation to cover costs and to send donations to the Resistance Front in Honduras)
Category:Latin Radical -- posted at: 2:33pm AEST