This video says about itself:
A UN panel said this week that Honduran landowners have reportedly hired former Colombian paramilitaries as mercenaries to protect them against possible violence stemming from government tensions. The panel also says that separately, a 120-person group of paramilitaries from several countries in that region was reportedly created to support the coup in Honduras itself.
With the restoration of diplomatic ties and the resumption of aid and credits, Honduras has been welcomed back into the fold of “democratic” nations, even as the organizers of last June’s coup remain at their posts and death squad murders continue: here.
TEGUCIGALPA, Feb 26, 2010 (IPS) – Less than a month into his term, Honduran President Porfirio Lobo is facing street protests, complaints of human rights violations, and criticism of the truth commission he set up to investigate the Jun. 28 coup that overthrew President Manuel Zelaya: here.
Honduras: Partial list of resistance members murdered by pro-capitalists: here.
Honduras: COFADEH Register of Political Murders since Coup: here.
Honduras: Neither Forget Nor Forgive, Cries the Resistance: here.
Dole Foods and Chiquita may be on the verge of facing justice for ‘pacifying’ their work force, suppressing labor unions and terrorizing peasant squatters in Colombia: here.