García Padgett nominated as military attaché to embassy
[Translation of an article from La Jornada of Mexico City for February 11. See original here.]
By Arturo Cano
Janet Napolitano can relax. The man who blocked “the plan to carry to the heart of the United States a socialism, a communism, a chavismo disguised as democracy,” the general who kept “narcotrafficking and terrorism” from arriving in US territory, is coming to Mexico.
Miguel Ángel García Padgett, one of the four main perpetrators of the coup d’état that ousted President Manual Zelaya in June, 2009, will be the military attaché to the Honduran embassy in our country.
After his ascendancy to the highest military position in his country was vetoed by United States Ambassador Hugo Llorens, according to a cable released by the Wikileaks web site [here], García Padgett, the commanding general of the Honduran army, will return to the place where he received part of his training, in the Colegio Militar. (more…)