Another victim added to the Clinton family body count?
Berta Cáceres, Honduran indigenous/environmental organizer and enemy of the Clinton-backed regime, was found assassinated in her own home.
The Goldman Environmental Prize winner and co-founder of the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Honduras (Copinh), was one of the most respected activists in a country that has one of the highest murder rates in the world.
Police claim this was the result of an attempted robbery on Wednesday, March 2nd, but Cáceres’ mother disagrees.
“I have no doubt that she has been killed because of her struggle and that soldiers and people from the dam are responsible, I am sure of that. [inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””]I hold the government responsible,” the 84 year-old[/inlinetweet] said on radio Globo at 6.
“The dam” she refers to is one of Central America’s biggest hydropower projects, the Agua Zarca cascade of four giant dams in the Gualcarque river basin. Berta was the leading opposition to the multinational project.
Berta’s mother wasn’t the only skeptic when it came to the police narrative, by Thursday night violence had erupted throughout Honduras even after President Juan Orlando Hernández promised to bring the assassins to justice.
Riot police were also brought out to The University of Honduras in an attempt to calm down rock-throwing students.
This comes as no surprise in a country infamous for leading the world in murdered activists, as well as only solving twenty percent of its homicide cases.
To fully understand how Honduras became a totalitarian police state right out of the movie “Brazil”, we must go back in time to 2009.
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