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September 23, 2009
Zelaya supporters defy Honduran curfew

In Central America, in Honduras, supporters of deposed President Manuel Zelaya again took to the streets on Tuesday night in defiance of a government curfew. Zelaya has been holed up in the Brazilian embassy in Honduras after sneaking back into the country Monday. It’s been reported that six people have died in those clashes, a claim denied by government officials.

Worldfocus partner Deutsche Welle reports on the standoff from the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa.

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Zelaya is a typical sociopath just like all other dictators. People don’t want him as a president anymore, but he got so addicted to power like drug addicts and doesn’t know when to stop. He has become so arrogant, egocentric and narcissistic. He can’t tell right from wrong and is daydreaming poor people given freebies by him will rescue him.


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