This video says about itself:
Solidarity greeting from one of the central leaders of the resistance in Honduras to the people of the US. Filmed by Shaun Joseph. Miguel Luna – reporter
From truthout in the USA:
Thursday 20 August 2009
by: Robert Naiman, t r u t h o u t | Perspective
There has been very little attention in the US press to repression in Honduras under the coup regime. Hopefully, that will now change: Amnesty International issued a report today documenting “serious ill-treatment by police and military of peaceful protesters” in Honduras, warning that “beatings and mass arrests are being used as a way of punishing people for voicing their opposition” to the coup.
An Amnesty International delegation interviewed people, who were detained after police and military broke up a peaceful demonstration July 30. Most detainees had injuries as a consequence of police beatings.
‘Hundreds of Hondurans brutally beaten by police’: here.
Coup Catalyzes Honduran Women’s Movement: here.
Coup Protestor Gang-Raped by Honduran Police: here.
Amnesty International denounces repression in Honduras: here.
On Friday nearly 100 Latin America scholars and experts sent an open letter to Human Rights Watch urging HRW to speak up about human rights violations in Honduras under the coup regime and to conduct its own investigation of these abuses. The letters’ signers include Honduras experts Dana Frank and Adrienne Pine, Latin America experts Eric Hershberg, John Womack, and Greg Grandin, and noted authors Noam Chomsky and Naomi Klein: here.