Honduras Coup Regime ups the ante

Andres Conteris, journalist for "Democracy Now" is inside the Brazilian Embassy in Honduras with President Zelaya where he has taken refuge until he is restored to his legitimate role. The Brazilian Embassy is under siege by the Honduran armed forces who have attempted to cut food supplies, water and electricity, jam communications and set up sound boxes designed to emit high pitched, irritating high decibal noise inside the Embassy grounds.

Andres speaks with community radio station 2NimFM and Latin Radical
describes the situation there just a few hours after the Honduran military pumped some kind of noxious gas into the Embassy grounds.

Original audio source (Andre_Contrinas26_Sep_2009.mp3)


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