"Everything is in the process of being investigated. There's an investigation. There's video, the investigators will use all these situations [sic]."But he told reporters the Police are not involved in her death:
"the investigations are what will produce the final determination of these facts."Lets see, the investigation has only just started, but even before the investigation gets rolling, Panchamé can tell us the Police aren't responsible for her death.
Does that give anyone confidence that there's a real investigation into her death? or are the results of the investigation being foretold to block any chance the Police could be found responsible?
I guess he's just echoing the official line, dictated by the executive branch, which issued a statement on her death that also claims the National Police are not responsible.
I guess they haven't gotten used to actually investigating crime in Honduras. After all, as the US State Department notes,
Honduran law enforcement authorities' ability to prevent, respond to, and investigate criminal incidents and prosecute criminals remains limited, further strained by the necessity of policing the increased number of demonstrations since the June 28, 2009 coup.Maybe the National Police should just stick to brutalizing demonstrators. At least they've demonstrated they know how to do that.
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