COVER-UP OF EVIDENCE OF ACID WATERS IN THE SIRIA VALLEY
Report: “GOLDCORP (ENTRE MARES) THE GOVERNMENT OF HONDURAS HIDE INFORMATION ABOUT POISONING OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS”
Establishment of a Truth Commission in Brazil to investigate disappearances, killing and other repression during the "cold war" repression of the 1960s, 70s, 80s ... after a US-backed military coup!
British experts in acid mine drainage carried out a study for the Catholic Overseas Development Agency (CAFOD) headquartered in London, and uncovered official documents demonstrating water contamination caused by the Minerales Entremares company of Honduras, a subsidiary of the Canadian mining company, Goldcorp. The company must now agree to long-term monitoring of the site to prevent acid mine drainage and erosion problems in the future.
The systemic exploitation and poverty and inter-connected racism and repression in much of Central America, that Rights Action has been denouncing and resisting for years, are directly and indirectly related to and caused by "Wall Street".
A letter sent to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture calling for an investigation into the role that Guatemalan presidential candidate ex-General Otto Perez Molina played in the commission of genocide, torture and disappearances in Guatemala during the worst years of State repression and terrorism in the 1980s.
Once again, Guatemala's reputation on the world stage has been stained by an abject crime. This time it was Facundo Cabral who fell victim to our long and tragic saga of domestic crime. Cabral, a famous Argentinean citizen of the world - "I am not from here, neither am I from there", "I have no age, no future" - had been a faithful friend during our uprisings in the seventies.
A public letter signed by many organizations (including Rights Action) to the government of Guatemala and Goldcorp Inc., once more demanding the suspension of Goldcorp’s “marlin” mine in Guatemala.
Once again, Guatemala’s reputation on the world stage has been stained by an abject crime. This time it was Facundo Cabral who fell victim to our long and tragic saga of domestic crime.