This is why we have all these police roadblocks and checkpoints everywhere, dear reader. Our golden duo, minister Mulino of State Repression and Insecurity and police chief and war criminal Gustavo Perez, are so busy shooting protesters in the face, killing others and shaking down drivers for bribes at these checkpoints that the criminals can do what they want!
Donald Kent Winner, a retired US Air Force member who runs an extreme right-wing website where he promotes scams and frauds in Panama, is openly calling for the assassination of Hugo Chavez, the head of state of a friendly nation. This is a crime in Panama, and a serious one.
Martinelli will travel to Bocas carrying beads and shiny things, for the savages. Meanwhile, not just got Global Bank torched last week (Martinelli is a shareholder) but in Santiago activists cordoned off Super99!
Street battle may be over in Bocas del Toro and daily life may slowly resume in the town of Changuinola, but we're only now getting a first glimpse at the size of the stinking mess president Martinelli and his government have caused.
This picture shows how three men try to kidnap Andrés Rodríguez. Rodríguez is a school teacher, and also a union leader, and he was one of these leaders our heroic government had on its blacklist of subversives who needed to be arrested for harboring contra-revolutionary ideas.
Now here's your homework, dear Bananama Republic reader. We want to know who these three men are. Names, numbers, rank, previous experience, how many girlfriends, everything. Plus we want to know whose car this is. We want to know where THEY live for a change!
The number of contradictions, bizarre statements, frantic denials and then confirmations is growing at a speed that makes us wonder, here in the Bananama Republic newsroom, if Panama still has one functioning government.