Secretary Clinton acknowledges there was no coup in Honduras, but she’s pressing ahead with sanctions anyway:
Clinton made the decision [to cut off aid] even though she did not determine that Zelaya’s ouster met the U.S. legal definition of a military coup d’etat. . . Clinton did not make that finding because Zelaya’s ouster involved “the participation of both the legislative and judicial branches of government as well as the military,” [State Department spokesman Ian] Kelly said.
(Via Power Line.)