Thanks, Roger. I’ve read a lot of opinions to that effect. The fact remains, though, that the president was not arrested — he was hustled out of the country. His subsequent attempt to return to the country to face the threatened trial was rebuffed. And it’s not at all clear that the Supreme Court had any legal grounds for ordering his removal. The general whom Zelaya tried to remove, and who engineered the coup, is a former auto thief and a graduate of the School of the Americas. It’s a coup, all right.