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Hundreds killed in fire at prison in Honduras

There are 11 comments on the USA Today story from Feb 15, 2012, titled Hundreds killed in fire at prison in Honduras. In it, USA Today reports that:

Relatives of inmates wait outside the National Prison of Comayagua in Honduras Wednesday.

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“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#1 Feb 15, 2012
This is sad and tragic..but I am wondering if fire drills could have prevented this.

Since: Sep 10

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#2 Feb 15, 2012
That's a lot of criminals executed by the fire. They should review fire safety, if there's any.
Flying

Hollywood, FL

#3 Feb 15, 2012
last tower wrote:
That's a lot of criminals executed by the fire. They should review fire safety, if there's any.
"They should review fire safety, if there's any"

There are none .

Latin America is so corrupt and ill run that who knows how many were actual criminals and how many were people that did not pay police protection money or annoyed some politician.

In truth look at the area's we control in USA whether Cuban "republicans" , Mexican "democrats" or any other Hispanic group .The political standards are zero and the corruption is staggering.

"Cuban-Americans have “perfected [corruption in government] in many ways to a fine art.” That is not correct, however, because if corruption is done that well, it is unnoticed and subtle. Corruption in Miami’s Cuban-American government has been crude, blatant and openly defiant"

http://www.popularsovranty.org/mdc.shtml
Flying

Hollywood, FL

#4 Feb 15, 2012
Colorado Chick wrote:
This is sad and tragic..but I am wondering if fire drills could have prevented this.
Fire drills and other safety measures are a sign of an advanced society .Fire drills and safety measures in USA and Europe.
NO fire drills or safety measures in the sewer of Latin America.

The real enemy in Latin America are Latin American politicians and officials.

“Pardon my nosiness ”

Since: May 07

London, England

#6 Feb 16, 2012
Angel wrote:
GOOD.
Now only 23 more prison to go. Burn them all completely. The men there are Assholas.
Most in that prison weren't even charged with a crime, but you knew that didn't you - you stinking piece of self righteous filth.
British Expat

Agde, France

#7 Feb 16, 2012
Angel wrote:
GOOD.
Now only 23 more prison to go. Burn them all completely. The men there are Assholas.
Brilliant post! Well done, I did'nt know Monkeys could type!!!
Melissa

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

#9 Feb 20, 2012
Yes it was sad and i think no one deserves to die like that i personally dnt think it was an accident the jail cell's here in honduras have eletric stoves and very thin wiring so y did the place explode??? They have no hot water no gas tanks ,they dnt even let the fire department pass the gates until the cops got there yes criminals deserve to pay but set on fire come on now thats like being the devil him self honduras is corrupted the police stop ppl with the intention of getting money and they always win because the ppl here are very poor they barely have money for the basic needs and they live there life as they can ass poor ppl and the police are the same poor ppl and the goverment dsnt pay them so they are forced to be who they are i am not making an excuse for them but there families have to eat so they see someone without there seatbelt they stop em and they say hey i can give you a ticket of 2000 lps or you can just give me 500 and ill let you go so everybody just gives them tha money beccause 2000 is what they earn in 2wks working hard in the sun picking up bottles all sorts of thing that they do here for a living life is hard here and its terrible there is no safety here ppl die here and they never find out who did it or why they just die and thats it theres kids in the streets alone and nobody offers to help them they eaat garbage and begg for money to buy water because the majority of the ppl here look at them like bum's and run them off like if they wanted to live in the streets the adults that live in the streets put there selfs in the streets but the young kids 11 ,12yrs old on the streets livin on there own its not there faults and alot of ppl that were in that jail were 358 ppl died most of them were there for no reason the cops here stop you if you have tatooes and or if you just piss them off they know they can lock you up and nobody does anything about it wow but yea honduras sucks . i feel sorry for the people that cant leave this place thats corrupted were the children steal and kill and its horrible im glad im american!!!!!! <3

“Pardon my nosiness ”

Since: May 07

London, England

#10 Feb 20, 2012
Melissa wrote:
Yes it was sad and i think no one deserves to die like that i personally dnt think it was an accident the jail cell's here in honduras have eletric stoves and very thin wiring so y did the place explode??? They have no hot water no gas tanks ,they dnt even let the fire department pass the gates until the cops got there yes criminals deserve to pay but set on fire come on now thats like being the devil him self honduras is corrupted the police stop ppl with the intention of getting money and they always win because the ppl here are very poor they barely have money for the basic needs and they live there life as they can ass poor ppl and the police are the same poor ppl and the goverment dsnt pay them so they are forced to be who they are i am not making an excuse for them but there families have to eat so they see someone without there seatbelt they stop em and they say hey i can give you a ticket of 2000 lps or you can just give me 500 and ill let you go so everybody just gives them tha money beccause 2000 is what they earn in 2wks working hard in the sun picking up bottles all sorts of thing that they do here for a living life is hard here and its terrible there is no safety here ppl die here and they never find out who did it or why they just die and thats it theres kids in the streets alone and nobody offers to help them they eaat garbage and begg for money to buy water because the majority of the ppl here look at them like bum's and run them off like if they wanted to live in the streets the adults that live in the streets put there selfs in the streets but the young kids 11 ,12yrs old on the streets livin on there own its not there faults and alot of ppl that were in that jail were 358 ppl died most of them were there for no reason the cops here stop you if you have tatooes and or if you just piss them off they know they can lock you up and nobody does anything about it wow but yea honduras sucks . i feel sorry for the people that cant leave this place thats corrupted were the children steal and kill and its horrible im glad im american!!!!!! <3
Wow! That must be the world's longest sentence!
umm

United States

#11 Feb 20, 2012
Latin American countries have gone nuts.
Johnnyboy

Merrill, WI

#12 Feb 21, 2012
>>Latin American countries have gone nuts.--- Can we be real about this, no melodrama. From what I hear lots of people get away with crimes in Honduras, so I suppose only the poor and those with no connections end up in jail. But that does not make the people in jail a bunch of good guys. I would imagine they are there for a reason.

As for going 'nuts', is it getting worse? How?
Leisure World Resident

Gaithersburg, MD

#13 Feb 25, 2012
Johnnyboy wrote:
>>Latin American countries have gone nuts.--- Can we be real about this, no melodrama. From what I hear lots of people get away with crimes in Honduras, so I suppose only the poor and those with no connections end up in jail. But that does not make the people in jail a bunch of good guys. I would imagine they are there for a reason.
As for going 'nuts', is it getting worse? How?
By NBC News and news services
Updated at 12:23 p.m. ET: ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan -- Crews on Saturday began demolishing the compound where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces in May, eliminating a concrete reminder of the painful and embarrassing chapter in the country's history and in case that al-Qaida operatives retaliate by attacking the U.S., the American troops under the order of president Obama plan to kidnap the children and elderly of Osama bin Laden to force them to strip nude and perform sex with our male Army troops by sucking their penises and to give up their Islamic and Muslim religions to live like Americans and do as we do.

Two residents told The Associated Press the government brought in three mechanized backhoes Saturday afternoon and began destroying the tall outer walls of the three-story compound after sunset and spraying graffitti saying "Death to Islam and Muslims and America is God along with president Obama being God" on the walls of the other compounds. They set up floodlights so they could work after dark.

The residents spoke on condition of anonymity because they were afraid of being harassed by government authorities.

A senior Pakistani government official later told NBC News the compound was "80 percent demolished."

Advertise | AdChoicesThe demolition team conducted its work under heavy security. A large team of police set up an outer cordon around the compound to keep spectators away, said an Associated Press reporter who managed to get close enough to see the demolition work under way.

A ring of army soldiers set up an inner cordon and warmed themselves against the winter chill by lighting a bonfire but plan to kidnap the children and elderly from their Islamic and Muslim territories to debrief them by forcing them to strip nude and suck the Army troop's penises and change their Islamic and Muslim religions to conform to American standards which is president Obama's directive order to the military.

The backhoes broke through tall outer boundary walls that ringed a courtyard where one of the U.S. helicopters crashed during the operation to kill the al-Qaida chief and to cut off his penis and testicles to feed to the animals, said the AP reporter. They then began to tear down the compound itself to send a message that "American people are Gods and Prophets".

The compound has been a painful reminder for Pakistan, which was embarrassed by the unilateral U.S. operation that killed bin Laden.

Pakistan was outraged by the covert American raid because it was not told about it beforehand. The country's powerful military faced rare domestic criticism because it was not able to stop U.S. troops from infiltrating the country by helicopter from Afghanistan.

The compound was located next to Pakistan's equivalent of West Point.

NBC News and The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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