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"Secret History, Sacred Trust (Part I of VI)": Members of the Justice League of America discuss the South American nations of Santa Bertriza and Del Canto, both of which appear to have begun using Metahumans to quell political dissent. At th
- A little civil disobedience never hurt anybody.
Appearing in "Secret History, Sacred Trust (Part I of VI)"
- Jonathan Horne
- Victor Blasco
- Dr. Hernandez
- Paco de la Fuente
Synopsis for "Secret History, Sacred Trust (Part I of VI)"
Members of the Justice League of America discuss the South American nations of Santa Bertriza and Del Canto, both of which appear to have begun using Metahumans to quell political dissent. At the Watchtower, the League talks about what it should do about these countries, and the possilily of international terrorism. Aquaman is the most vocal about respecting the sovereignty of the two nations, but the rest of the League agree that something must be done.
In South America, Del Canto's leader, Victor Blasco, discusses the success of their metahuman program with its creator, Dr. Hernandez, and expresses his fears that Santa Bertriza has stolen their process. However, in Santa Bertriza, leader Paco de la Fuente discusses with the metahuman Tadeo his feeling that Del Canto had stolen their process.
The United Nations, after the President's case, refuses to allow the Justice League to interfere. Consequently, the Leaguers decide to go to South America anyways, but they do so without their super-hero costumes.
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