Angered police protest in Ecuador

  • Members of an elite police special operations unit guard the area during the operation to rescue Ecuador President Rafael Correa from the National Police Hospital in Quito late on September 30, 2010 after Correa spent 12 hours under siege by rebel police who he said wanted to kill him. Correa made a triumphant return to the presidential palace after loyalist troops rescued him from a police rebellion amid gunfire and street clashes that left at least two dead. AFP PHOTO / JOHN SILVA (Photo credit should read JOHN SILVA/AFP/Getty Images) JOHN SILVA / STRINGER

  • Members of an elite police special operations unit guard the area during the operation to rescue Ecuador President Rafael Correa from the National Police Hospital in Quito late on September 30, 2010 after Correa spent 12 hours under siege by rebel police who he said wanted to kill him. Correa made a triumphant return to the presidential palace after loyalist troops rescued him from a police rebellion amid gunfire and street clashes that left at least two dead. AFP PHOTO / JOHN SILVA (Photo credit should read JOHN SILVA/AFP/Getty Images) JOHN SILVA / STRINGER

  • Members of an elite police special operations unit rescue Ecuador President Rafael Correa from the National Police Hospital in Quito late on September 30, 2010 after Correa spent 12 hours under siege by rebel police who he said wanted to kill him. Correa made a triumphant return to the presidential palace after loyalist troops rescued him from a police rebellion amid gunfire and street clashes that left at least two dead. AFP PHOTO / JOHN SILVA (Photo credit should read JOHN SILVA/AFP/Getty Images) JOHN SILVA / STRINGER

  • Rebel police are seen outside the hospital where Ecuador's President Rafael Correa is holed up in Quito, Ecuador, Thursday. Soldiers rescued Correa from a hospital where he had been trapped by rebellious police for more than 12 hours while he was being treated for tear-gas fired by hundreds of police angry over a law that they claim would cut their benefits. DOLORES OCHOA/AP

  • Supporters of Ecuador President Rafael Correa gather outside the National Police Hospital in Quito late on September 30, 2010 where Correa spent 12 hours under siege by rebel police who he said wanted to kill him. Correa made a triumphant return to the presidential palace after loyalist troops rescued him from a police rebellion amid gunfire and street clashes that left at least two dead. AFP PHOTO / JOHN SILVA (Photo credit should read JOHN SILVA/AFP/Getty Images) JOHN SILVA / STRINGER

  • A militaryman hides during an assault to the Police Hospital to rescue Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa in Quito on September 30, 2010. The President was was holed up following a police and soldiers' rebellion against a law that cut their pay bonuses. Correa was rescued amid a shootout between rebel police and loyal government troops. AFP PHOTO/PABLO COZZAGLIO (Photo credit should read PABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images) PABLO COZZAGLIO / STRINGER

  • Handout picture released by the Ecuadorean presidency showing police dispersing supporters of Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa from the outside of the Police Hospital in Quito on September 30, 2010, where the President was was holed up following a police and soldiers' rebellion against a law that cut their pay bonuses. Correa was rescued amid a shootout between rebel police and loyal government troops. AFP PHOTO/PRESIDENCIA --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE (Photo credit should read HO/AFP/Getty Images) HO / HANDOUT

  • Police disperse supporters of Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa from the outside of the Police Hospital in Quito on September 30, 2010, where the President was was holed up following a police and soldiers' rebellion against a law that cut their pay bonuses. Correa was rescued amid a shootout between rebel police and loyal government troops. AFP PHOTO/PABLO COZZAGLIO (Photo credit should read PABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images) PABLO COZZAGLIO / STRINGER

  • Police disperse supporters of Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa from the outside of the Police Hospital in Quito on September 30, 2010, where the President was was holed up following a police and soldiers' rebellion against a law that cut their pay bonuses. Correa was rescued amid a shootout between rebel police and loyal government troops. AFP PHOTO/PABLO COZZAGLIO (Photo credit should read PABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images) PABLO COZZAGLIO / STRINGER

  • Police disperse supporters of Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa from the outside of the Police Hospital in Quito on September 30, 2010, where the President was was holed up following a police and soldiers' rebellion against a law that cut their pay bonuses. Correa was rescued amid a shootout between rebel police and loyal government troops. AFP PHOTO/PABLO COZZAGLIO (Photo credit should read PABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images) PABLO COZZAGLIO / STRINGER

  • Rebel police disperse supporters of Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa from the outside of the Police Hospital in Quito on September 30, 2010, where the President was was holed up following a police and soldiers' rebellion against a law that cut their pay bonuses. Correa was rescued amid a shootout between rebel police and loyal government troops. AFP PHOTO/PABLO COZZAGLIO (Photo credit should read PABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images) PABLO COZZAGLIO / STRINGER

  • Rebel police disperse supporters of Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa from the outside of the Police Hospital in Quito on September 30, 2010, where the President was was holed up following a police and soldiers' rebellion against a law that cut their pay bonuses. Correa was rescued amid a shootout between rebel police and loyal government troops. AFP PHOTO/PABLO COZZAGLIO (Photo credit should read PABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images) PABLO COZZAGLIO / STRINGER

  • Supporters of Ecuador President Rafael Correa gather outside the National Police Hospital in Quito late on September 30, 2010 where Correa spent 12 hours under siege by rebel police who he said wanted to kill him. Correa made a triumphant return to the presidential palace after loyalist troops rescued him from a police rebellion amid gunfire and street clashes that left at least two dead. AFP PHOTO / JOHN SILVA (Photo credit should read JOHN SILVA/AFP/Getty Images) JOHN SILVA / STRINGER

  • Supporters wave to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez upon his arriving to an extraordinary UNASUR summit in support of Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa in Buenos Aires on October 1, 2010. AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images) JUAN MABROMATA / STAFF

  • Supporters of Ecuador President Rafael Correa gather outside the National Police Hospital in Quito late on September 30, 2010 where Correa spent 12 hours under siege by rebel police who he said wanted to kill him. Correa made a triumphant return to the presidential palace after loyalist troops rescued him from a police rebellion amid gunfire and street clashes that left at least two dead. AFP PHOTO / JOHN SILVA (Photo credit should read JOHN SILVA/AFP/Getty Images) JOHN SILVA / STRINGER