Monday, October 19, 2009

what's their cargo?

Morazan, Yoro, Honduras. 19/Oct/2009. "Narcoavionetas" [drug planes] continue to land in the country. Since late September, nearly 15 aircraft have landed from Venezuela.  On the road leading to Morazan and El Negrito, [Department of Yoro], a Piper Arrow III aircraft with Venezuelan registry (YV4427) was found. In the area, drug traffickers cut down trees to improve visibility for the pilots. They used the main road as an airstrip. Another plane landed in Iriona, Department of Colón.

Translated from El Heraldo

As crazy as it sounds to say this, given the current situation in Honduras, one has to hope they are merely bringing drugs, not arms and/or gobs of money for the zelayistas.

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