Isabella Boutique Hotel
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... or girlfriends. Officially the government has dictated that not all murders should be recorded or reported so that it would appear to foreign investors or lending agencies that the reality in Honduras is improving. No one is fooled but it serves the interests of countries like Canada which has entered a free trade agreement and claims to be concerned about human rights. It is all white wash but the grim reality is only worse than last year. Add to that the crisis of migration - ...
... corruption, and political manipulation. The result is that Chabelo has now spent 6 years in prison, is condemned to a 17 year prison term that a higher court has yet after 6 months not ratified the sentence. The case of Chabelo is problem for the state for the more attention it receives the state of justice in Honduras is exposed for the sham that it is. Last week at the radio a group of Supreme Court justices from Denmark were visiting and they met with Joaquin Mejia to ...
... pregnant and of course in a Catholic country is offered no treatment after her rape nor any alternative to the pregnancy. Magna so far has not shown any signs of being infected herself.
Melo's team intervened and were able to secure for Magna conditional release under the legal protection of Radio Progreso. Once a week Magna is allowed supervised access to her children and for her to be accompanied requires extra documentation and processing, each week.
Twice Melo ...
... welcoming that one might be tempted to go back to church (almost!)
I spent Monday morning helping out at the radio station dismantling the tents that had been set up for the baptism. Unfortunately it was a hot morning so that little bit of work left me with a t-shirt that literally was dripping wet. Melo was involved in meetings so I have stayed home to write this post, somewhat in contrast to the more happy news of the previous ...
... just like last year) and tossed everyone around. Happily the bottle of my own blackberry liquor which I brought as a gift for Doņa Lita was still in the bag and in good condition. And Doņa Lita was thrilled to receive this gift just like last year.
So I have arrived safe and sound, wearing a sweatshirt and the temperature in the 30's. It was like walking into a sauna. I will see Melo shortly, so I have a few days off to catch up on the news.