Good news: Radio Progreso has reported that the warrants against the leaders of COPINH have been dismissed. Arrest warrants were revoked for Bertha Cáceres , Tomás Gómez and Aureliano Molina of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) . The judges revoked the arrest warrants and other precautionary measures imposed on them in their struggle against the Company DESA and Sinohydro who installed a dam on the river Gualcarque against the will of the communities of Rio Blanco in Intibucá . Also revoked was the eviction order and they issued a provisional dismissal in favor of the 3 This was determined by the Appellate Court of Comayagua, by order dated January 4, 2014 in the place the Appeal was filed by the defense.
We will see how long this lasts. It is important that we not let these community leaders disappear from view.