Sunday, July 19, 2009

Zelaya computers had 'certified' results from halted referendum

a href=""Babulu Blog:/abr /br / /br /h5emSeveral computers containing the results of the referendum Zelaya wanted to conduct are seized at the Presidential Palace/em/h5 pemThe 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./em/p pemThe 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./em/p pemOne 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./em/ //em/pbr //blockquoteThis report is from a rough translation that a "a href=""iCatalan/i newspaper is reporting/a that Honduran authorities have seized computers found in the Presidential Palace belonging to deposed president Mel Zelaya...." So far no English speaking papers have reported on the computers. If true, I would think this would be a bombshell for the current talks to reinstate Zelaya. It also seems consistent with the Chavez playbook. The only thing missing is a Carter endorsement of the results.div class="blogger-post-footer"img width='1' height='1' src=''//div

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