Coyotepe Nicaragua Prison Discussion
RUNNING HEAD: COYOTEPE NICARAGUA PRISON
Coyotepe Nicaragua Prison
Miami Dade Colleges
10 July 2020
1. What is the topic of discussion?
I. Ladies and gentlemen! The topic of today’s speech is about experiences in prison.
II. Before I greet you and fulfill the formalities of speech, I would like to arrest your attention towards the topic and the word “Prison.”
III. Respected Audience!!! I say your humble greetings and wish you the peace of mind.
IV. However, I am going to talk about the experiences of prison and the story of a drive from Masaya from Managua.
2. Samoza Government:
I. The torture stories during the governing rule of Samoza got fame, and the historians wrote it with elaborative details accordingly.
II. It is about the battle of 1912 that lasted less than 60 minutes, and Zeledón was declared as the national hero of the war.
3. Coyotepe Importance
I. Moreover, the story of hills, including Coyotepe and La Barancca, was also impressive. Coyotepe was even more strategic than the other.
II. Marines wished to have the rule of these two hills, so liberal forces made the strategy and fortified these two hills.
III. Thus, in 1913, a plaque was mounted on the hill to pay the honor to the people who took part in the fight. It was a sudden and unplanned fight, so the men and armed forces had to fight without the strategy.
4. What is the fate of the Coyotepe?
I. Additionally, the battles are not easy to be fought, and the charge was then taken by the party who got the victory.
II. There were no buildings at that in Coyotepe, and the land was all manifest due to which the strategies of fighting got disturbed.
III. The fortress was also built later, and the buildings got the attention in the later era.
IV. Hence, 1n 1988, it was again demolished, and the work started to convert it back into the boys’ scout field.
I. The Coyotepe was the precious hill, and a lot of controversy were seen in the case.
II. The hills had a magnificent history, and a lot of governments tried to reign over it.
III. In the last, Americans got over this, and now, it has stood with the same structure, and no one bothers about the presence as it was the sign of bravery in the past.
Cova, A. (n.d.). Retrieved July 06, 2020, from http://www.latinamericanstudies.org/nicaragua/coyotepe.htm