This is just a rough translation, as I am hurrying to make it available in English:
The Minister of Defense Adolfo Lionel Sevilla said this afternoon that the bullet that killed a young man at the demonstration Sunday in the Toncontín airport did not come from a military weapon.
According to the experts, the bullet that took the life of a young 19 year old, was not from a military caliber. The report reveals that the direction the young man died does not coincide with the trajectory of the direction of the bullet from the armed forces.
Ramón Custodio: army used rubber bullets
The National Commissioner of Human Rights, Ramón Custodio, said this Monday that the military did not cause the death of the young man that passed away yesterday during the disturbances that happened at the airport in Tegucigalpa.
"Whoever shot wanted this person to die", said the Commissioner of Human Rights Ramón Custodio and adding that the military elements used rubber bullets to drive away protesters who caused destruction in the international airport.
The supporters of removed President Manuel Zelaya tried to enter the Southern air strip, knowing of the arrival of the ex governor, who was traveling in a Venezuelan plane.
Custodio said that an investigation is due before blaming the Honduran military for the death of a young man, identified as Isis Oved Murillo, 19.
In this incident, where there also was the use of tear gas, 11 people were injured.
The spokesman of the Secretary of Security Héctor Iván Mejía assured this Monday that one person lost their lives from yesterday's disturbances, and not two as cited by some international agencies.
From the public relations from the Hospital Escuela, Helga Flores said nine of the injured were discharged from the hospital this Monday.
She explained that all that were checked in had slight blows "from wood, rocks, and hits from the crowd." She confirmed that noone had gun shot wounds.
Flores also denied a second death. "We investigated, called to the Morgue Escuela, the intensive care, and ruled out the second death from yesterday."