U.S. Media More Trusty of Coup Government Than Own Reporters
The coup government of Honduras has killed yet another pro-Zelaya protester, and the most rational reporting on the incident comes from . . the New York Daily News?
Meanwhile, the rest of the U.S. media is kinda reacting to the murder of Roger Vallejo the same way it did the other two known times coup security forces smothered protesters with their love. Either pretending it didn't happen or reporting on the "deaths" without assigning blame, well, to anyone.
"A Reuters cameraman at the protest saw police using teargas and bullets to disperse the protesters, but the police said in a statement they did not fire the bullet that hit Vallejo."No need to universally denounce the government responsible, like when Neda Soltan was killed by Iranian militiamen during protests in June. Let's all just wait for a thorough investigation by the illegal coup regime. After all, Hondurans are notorious for killing their fellow protesters.
Or maybe Reuters just doesn't believe their cameraman because he's an idiot. Apparently he forgot to turn his camera on since there are no videos from that little protest where at least 1 was killed, 72 injured, and over 100 arrested on Reuters' website.