Quick question, isn’t this what we have drones for? We’ve taken out Al Qaeda terrorists for less.
A suspect in a 1987 bombing that wounded six American soldiers in Honduras is leading a group of migrants demanding entry into the United States.
Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa organized a march of approximately 100 migrants to the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana, Mexico, on Tuesday, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Ulloa delivered a letter to the consulate on behalf of the migrants, asking for either entry into the U.S. or a payment of $50,000 per person.
And so we have a suspect in a bomb attack that wounded 6 American soldiers delivering a letter to our consulate.
Ulloa has lived in Mexico since 1987 after fleeing Honduras in the wake of a bombing that wounded six soldiers. Ulloa was suspected of planting a bomb in a Chinese restaurant, but received asylum from Mexico, whose government described the suspected terrorist as a “freedom fighter.”
Ulloa posted a lengthy diatribe about the 1987 bombing to Facebook in June 2017.
In the post, Ulloa again denied any role in the bombing, though he admitted to being a member of Popular Revolutionary Forces-Lorenzo Zelaya — a now-defunct left-wing group whose members claimed responsibility in 1982 for hijacking a plane and taking hostages, including eight Americans.
The Marxist-Leninist terror group was a spinoff of the Honduras Communist party and had been trained by the Cubans.
Since American soldiers obviously don’t matter to the Left, a New York Times story of the period also mentions that it injured Honduran civilians.
“A bomb exploded at a restaurant in a town north of Tegucigalpa Saturday evening, seriously injuring six American soldiers and six Honduran civilians, officials said today.
The bomb, made from about 12 sticks of dynamite, exploded about 7:30 P.M. Saturday in the town of Comayagua at a restaurant popular among the 1,200 United States soldiers stationed at Palmerola Air Base, about 12 miles to the south.”
The Left would call those Honduran civilians, collateral damage.
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