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Huffington Post might be progressive on some topics but is utterly reactionary when it comes to Honduras (or at least when it provides a forum for authors like Christopher Sabatini).  Look at this #*%!@!!!  Read it!  There is not one mention of the deteriorating human rights situation in the country or of the murders, clearly carried out to stifle democracy:

The community radio station, La Voz de Zacate Grande, 97.1 FM, was shut down on June 3 by 300 police and military, reports Reporters Without Borders. This is a community radio station, with a broadcast range of only 25 kilometers whose signal reaches 10 communities. (...) This same kind of overwhelming force was used to silence opposition radio stations Radio Progreso, Radio Globo, Radio Coco, and TV station Cholusat Sur during the coup.

"Beware of the man who does not talk, and the dog that does not bark." Cheyenne
by maracatu on Mon Jun 7th, 2010 at 01:44:45 PM EST

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