This is all I could find on President Zelaya claiming genocide. Mr Zelaya also warned the new administration of interim leader Roberto Micheletti that the international community had turned against them. "Your actions will not go unnoticed because the international courts will have to try you for the genocide that you are carrying out in our country, in suppressing rights and repressing our people," he said. The Honduran interim government says it acted within the law and has the backing of the majority of the population." http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8134699.stm
Seems even more confusing as supporters and those that oppose him are mounting demonstrations. The military does not seem to be interfering or being used to stop them. Using no more force than would be used in most countries to control the crowds and keep them seperated.