Hotel Casa Maria
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... the American embassy the results were a forgone conclusion. The situation in Honduras is probably worse, greater repression of community leaders, impunity for the police, the military and the private security guards of the wealthy. There is greater poverty, fewer children attending school, public health institutions have been robbed of vital supplies, and the narco-trafficking has managed to get some of its people into elected positions.
But the country "seems" calm. ...
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 ...
... If you cannot afford a good lawyer you might as well accept that you are guilty because innocence can only be bought. The national newspapers got ahold of the story and Magda was pilloried and demonized. It took politics and the sky high murder rate off the front page for a day. There was national revulsion against this evil woman.
When Melo read about this story he felt there was something missing so he sent two women to the prison to find out more details. As ...
... However it can also be risky. The dictatorship has sought legitimation with the fraudulent elections last year, but politicians at all levels including the cabinet at the federal level are implicated in the drug trade. As this is all orquestrated by the US government one can legitimately wonder how much the American embassey is also involved in the drug trade, as it was in the time of John Negroponte and Oliver North and the drugs ...
... into English yet, but having read some of Melo's writings on the subject I can see why the people in Texas were so insistent that he be there.
I was not abandoned, as Melo had two of the human rights team (ERIC) greet me at the airport and bring me to the house of Doņa Lita, Melo's mother, who lives in El Progreso with a daughter and 3 grand-daughters. There have been 3 recent attempts to rob them at night as it is known that only women live in the ...