Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Evo calls the US a "trashcan of deliquents"

Bolivian President Evo Morales accused the US of harboring wanted criminals and refusing to extradite
known offenders at a press conference Monday the 25th. He said, "I greatly lament that the United States government is a trashcan of the delinquents of Latin America." Morales extorted Barack Obama to expel and extradite those Latin Americans wanted for crimes in their home countries. Several of Evo's political opponents and men accused of corruption have fled to the US in recent months such as the runner up in the December 6th presidential election Manfred Reyes Villa. Ex-president and US ally Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada has been accused of the murder and lives peacefully in the US along with terrorism suspect Branko Marinkovic. Recently, the ex-governor of the La Paz state José Luis Paredes fled the country as he was being investigated for corruption and theft and his whereabouts remain unknown.

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