A page out of the Chavez (leftist, in other words) Playbook
Spanish Catalan newspaper is reporting that Honduran authorities have seized computers found in the Presidential Palace belonging to deposed president Mel Zelaya. Taking a page right out of the leftist dictator's handbook, these computers, according to the news report, contained the official and certified results of the illegal constitutional referendum Zelaya wanted to conduct that never took place. The results of this fraudulent vote was tilted heavily in Zelaya's favor, ensuring he could go ahead and illegally change the constitution so he could remain in power for as long as he wanted to. ACORN, I'm sure, is taking notes.
This is the man that the OAS, the UN, and the Obama State Department want the Honduran people to reinstall as their leader.
Decomisan varios ordenadores en la Casa Presidencial con los resultados de la consulta que quería hacer Zelaya
TEGICUGALPA, 17 Jul. (EUROPA PRESS) -
La Dirección Nacional de Investigación Criminal decomisó varios ordenadores en la Casa Presidencial en los que estaban registrados los supuestos resultados de el referéndum sobre la reforma de la Constitución que tenía previsto hacer el mandatario depuesto, Manuel Zelaya, el pasado 28 de junio, el día que fue derrocado.
La Fiscalía investigará ahora si se trata de un posible delito de fraude y falsificación de documentos, debido a que algunas actas habían sido rellenadas con los datos de las personas que supuestamente participaron en el fallido referéndum que no pudo llevarse a cabo por el golpe de Estado.
Uno de los fiscales que participó en el operativo realizado este viernes mostró a los medios de comunicación un acta electoral del Instituto Técnico Luis Bográn, de Tegucigalpa, en el que se especifica el número de personas que participaron en la mesa 345, donde se contabilizaron 550 papeletas de las cuales 450 eran votos a favor de la propuesta de Zelaya y 30 en contra, además de 20 votos en blanco y 30 nulos.
El decomiso se realizó en la tercera planta del edificio anexo al Ministerio de la Presidencia que había sido alquilada al ex ministro del Interior, Enrique Flores Lanza. El fiscal adjunto, Roberto Ramírez, declaró esa zona como la "escena del crimen" y, aunque no quiso precisar más detalles, dijo que habían hallado evidencias que podrían tipificar los delitos de fraude, malversación de fondos, falsificación de documentos y abuso de autoridad.
Here is a quick and rough translation of the above excerpt:
Several computers containing the results of the referendum Zelaya wanted to conduct are seized at the Presidential Palace
The National Directors of Criminal Investigation seized various computers from the Presidential Palace that had recorded the supposed results of the referendum to reform the constitution that the deposed leader, Manuel Zelaya, was planning to conduct on July 28, the day he was removed from office.
The official investigation now deals with the possible crime of fraud and falsification of documents due to the fact that some of the certified voting results had been filled with the personal information of individuals that supposedly participated in the failed referendum that did not take place because of the coup.
One of the district attorneys that participated in the operation that took place this Friday showed reporters an official voting result from the Technical Institute Luis Bogran, of Tegucigalpa, in which the specific number of people that participated in table 345, where there were 550 ballots, 450 of which were votes in favor of Zelaya's proposal and 30 were against, in addition to 20 blank ballots and 30 ballots, which were nullified.
The seizure took place on the third floor of the building attached to the Ministry of the Presidency that had been rented to the ex-minister of the Interior, Enrique Flores Lanza. The deputy district attorney, Roberto Ramirez, declared this area as a "crime scene" and, although he did not want to provide further details, said that further evidence had been found that could be categorized as crimes of fraud, embezzlement of funds, falsification of documents, and abuse of authority.
As of the time of this post, I have not been able to find any news of this in the English press, which, of course, does not surprise me. If any of you find something, please post a link in the comments section.
No word yet from the English speaking press about the bombshell coming out of Tegucigalpa. Are they sleeping in on a Saturday morning?
Here is an article in the Honduran news service, La Tribuna, detailing the latest find of evidence pointing to intended voter fraud by Zelaya and his supporters. In addition, there is even an article about it in the Nicaraguan news site, Nicaragua Hoy.
Let's see how long it takes the AP, Reuters, the New York Times, and the rest of the English speaking "news" organizations to catch up to these Hispanic reporters.