The image talk by itself.
The Field addresses this. Talk about selective press coverage, where did you take this? (And, yes, if you say you stole it from a copyright source, I will take it down. I have enough of dealing with alleged DMCA violations.)
The point made in the article I point to is that this was the act of an individual or small group of people, not the general situation with the march. Yes, the photo tells it all—it tells us that some very small group of people, somewhere, had a molotov cocktail.
Did anyone interview this guy? Ask him if he is pro-Zelaya? ...
Photo title/text is: "Zelayistas durante el enfrentamiento con la policía en la UNAH"; was used in La Prensa today, though all 4 big Honduran newspapers exchange imagery freely, use outside imagery, often without identifiable credit, and routinely do little or nothing when their imagery is used by third parties - if that means anything: La Prensa HN.
Well i think every body know what real is happening in Honduras , my purpouse was show it to FYL ," mission acomplished".
TinEye is a new reverse image search, post a photo or url and it will search the web for that image, still in Beta and already amazing
But, it didn't find the image. I'll wait.
"If you give a man a fish, he will eat for a day. If you teach a man to fish, he'll sit in a boat and drink beer all day."
— FAP (?)