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10/13/2009 11:25 AM ID: 81124 Permalink   

UN Warns of Mercenary Presence in Honduras

 

An independent UN panel has expressed growing concern over ever increasing use of foreign mercenaries in Honduras by the coup government since the ousting of Manuel Zelaya.

The panel has been informed of over 120 mercenaries from across Latin America being hired to protect private property of wealthy Hondurans, including the hiring of Colombian paramilitaries.

 
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  It is impossible  
 
that this coup has lasted so long when "supposedly" no foreign nation recognizes the new Honduran Goverment.

Somebody is helping them, my guess, the US.
 
  by: jhax   10/13/2009 12:42 PM     
  jhax  
 
a few republican senators have been making visits down there
 
  by: Hugo Chavez     10/13/2009 01:19 PM     
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think of if they really help them then this coup government will stay for some time.
 
  by: vizhatlan     10/13/2009 01:53 PM     
 
 
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