AIM: Hondurans Plead for Balanced Coverage From International News Media
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“I continue to receive messages from Honduran citizens upset at the international media for their distorted coverage of the situation in the Central American country. The people support the ouster of Manuel ‘Mel’ Zelaya, who is considered a puppet of Venezuelan Communist ruler
One Honduran citizen wrote in a message to Kincaid, “Mr. Zelaya broke the law on several occasions even after the Supreme Court stated that it was illegal. He had no respect for our laws and our Constitution… And I hope the international media investigate very deeply. Send your people here and interview people from Congress and Supreme Court. Thank you again for reading our side of the story. We want a democracy, peace, freedom, and a president who doesn’t believe he is above the law.”
Kincaid has published a Spanish translation of one of his articles on the situation in
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