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Tuesday was a continuation of Monday. At the museum of anthropology in San Pedro Sula, there was an event prepared by ERIC (basically Dunia) to highlight the case of Chabelo Morales. His lawyer Omar Menjivar Rosales again gave an excellent legal summary of the case. Then Chabelo's brother Merlin spoke about the land conflict with the group that wants to take the land from the poor farmers of the village of Guadalupe Carney. Merlin also spoke about the impact of Chabelo's imprisonment on ...
... this tragic story begins with poverty and abandonment and then spirals downward. Magna is not provided with any court appointed attorney (legal aid in Hondurad? Forget it!) nor is any clinical assessment provided.
Magna is a very tiny woman, and even more frail by the imprisonment and treatment she received in jail. She was not segregated, but rather put into a mixed population. She was raped by another inmate and after being tested he was found to be HIV positive. ...
... deals conducted by the CIA back in the 1980's.
Otherwise - Sunday was fairly quiet, I got my full dose of love bombing at church last night, as that community begins a week of celebrations for its patron saint Therese of the Child Jesus. Melo has two weeks in a row attempted a "dialogue homily" and people were quite enthusiastic to participate. While the situation requires a more traditional mass, the people are so friendly ...
... saint of the city of El Progreso for which today is in this city only is a civic holiday. It doesn't matter if you are catholic, evangelical or mormon - everyone is awakened for this religious civic feast. (It is enough to turn you off of organized religion!!)
After an early breakfast I was picked up at the house and taken to the radio station. Melo was busy all day with some Jesuits dealing with local issues ...
... one wall of the house does not have protective wires on the top. So every night they have to take inside the small house all their patio furniture so that it is not stolen.
Melo's sisters were here to greet me and one brought a lovely lunch for everyone, in the end 12 persons were treated to a lovely soup, and fried chicken with rice.
Happily I can report that my suitcases arrived, although one had a notice that US customs thought it ...
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