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... it is now after 9 pm, Chabelo walks out of the prison accompanying the prison warden to walk a distance from the prison to stand in a pineapple field to make a phone call. The prison blocks all cell phone calls so that not even the employees can call out. This is done to prevent the gang leaders from conducting business from the prison by cell phone. Chabelo phoned to thank me and to wish me a safe journey home.
Tuesday was a full day workshop at La Fragua, a ...
... which meant the the whole street was able to share the loud music - but not bad music. Jennifer and Josue retired early after the baby fell asleep, I stayed up only a short time to read and then went to bed. The music must have kept me awake for at least 2 minutes.
Sunday morning was most relaxing until a fellow came by to cut the grass with a loud whipper-snipper at 6:30 am. I am sure the neighbours were not thrilled. After breakfast and the babies bath I was driven to ...
... Magna with 5 children was abandoned by her husband, who did not provide support for her or the five children under the age of 9. She looked for work but found none. She had no family or friends who would help her. Slowly they were starving, there was no way out and Magna slipped into a depression. She could see no hope for herself or the children so she decided that it would be better to end it for them all. She chose poison, I don't know what kind, but she gave it to the children ...
... is guaranteed.
Yesterday Melo told me about a case of brutal violence, about which I later read in the newspaper. A man who had a fairly successful business obviously had a falling out with some people in the underworld. He was kidnapped, which should not have been easy as he had 6 bodyguards. He disappeared for 3 days. Then he was driven to his home where his wife and young daughter were tortured and slaughtered ...
This is the first entry of my second trip to Honduras. The objective is once again to accompany Padre Melo, a dear friend of the family who lives with great insecurities. As a Jesuit priest he is responsible for a radio station (Radio Progreso) and a human rights and investigation Center (ERIC).
As last year, Melo was not here to greet me. At the last minute he was invited to speak in Austin Texas about the crisis of the child migrants arriving at ...