(Shamelessly stolen from El Ventarrón. It was too good to pass up!)A certain prefect from a certain Bolivian department is in the calabozo right now. Some kooky people in Miami (where else?) say he’s an unjustly incarcerated “political prisoner”. Well, people–is THIS political enough for you?
Translation mine.Oh. I guess that means that the UN High Commission on Human Rights is also a hotbed of “Aymara communism”. At least, if you believed the noise coming out of Miami, it would have to be. By their cockeyed lights, no other explanation would do.On the other hand, if you’ve been following this blog, you’d know a lot better.
The representative in Bolivia of the Office of the United Nations High Commission on Human Rights, Denis Racicot, has confirmed that an investigation has found that the events of September 11, 2008, in the department of Pando were a massacre of campesinos.Racicot presented the findings of the investigation in a press conference. The final conclusion established that the bloody events of that day “were a massacre committed by functionaries of the Prefecture of Pando and persons allied with that institution.”