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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - Charles A. Ford
A secret cable from the U.S. Embassy in Honduras described former President Manuel Zelaya as a corrupt politician with links to organized crime a year before President Obama rushed to his defense after the Honduran Congress and courts removed Mr. Zelaya from office and created a diplomatic crisis in the Western Hemisphere.
"There also exists a sinister Zelaya, surrounded by a few close advisors with ties to both Venezuela and Cuba and organized crime," Mr. Ford said in the cable released over the weekend by the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
"I am unable to brief Zelaya on sensitive law-enforcement and counter-narcotics actions due to my concern that this would put the lives of U.S. officials in jeopardy."