Sunday, September 27, 2009

Live Blog - Deadlines, Death Threats, Chemical Attacks, Media Censorship

Reuters - Regime rejects visiting OAS delgation: The Honduran de facto government on Sunday refused to allow a delegation of the Organization of American States entry into the country

El Libertador - Marco Antonio Canales Villatoro was assassinated yesterday in front of a protestant church he attended in downtown Tegucigalpa. Canales Villatoro is the nephew of Radio Globo owner Alejandro Villatoro.

Al Jazeera video inside the Brazilian Embassy.

Chemical Weapons being used in Honduras
Dr. Juan Almendares
(Dr. Almendares is a Honduran medical doctor and award-winning human rights activist. He is the president of the Honduran Peace Committee, as well as the past secretary of the Coordinating Committee of Popular Organizations.)

The occupants of the Brazilian Embassy accompanying President Manuel Zelaya
Rosales, wife and family, as well as people in communities and protestors
are being attacked with chemical weapons launched from helicopters or
aircraft; and sophisticated sonic and electromagnetic radiation devices that
produce severe diarrhoea, vomiting, nosebleeds and gastrointestinal

The clinical symptoms manifested are consistent with the use of toxic
substances such as: pesticides, chemical compounds and gases, radioactive
substances like radioactive cesium and toxic mushrooms.

We are urgently appealing for an international medical mission and to the UN
World Health Organization (WHO; this is an irregular war against the people
of Honduras. The armed forces have not allowed access to the Brazilian
Embassy for doctors or the International Red Cross; violating all treaties
and international conventions on health, respect for human rights

Please make this urgent call on behalf of life and love of humanity.

Radio Globo - Channel 36 shut down by the regime. Radio Globo signal frequently interrupted. Radio Progreso director continues to receive death threats. The regime is running a direct interference to block Radio Globo's broadcast in Tegucigalpa and various cities across Honduras.

Video from yesterdays protests in Tegucigalpa.

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