Thursday, March 26, 2020

Venezuelan leader Maduro Charged by DOJ for Narco-Terrorism

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat


Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Narco-Terrorism Charges Against Nicolas Maduro, Current And Former Venezuelan Officials, And Farc Leadership

Venezuela’s Vice President for the Economy and Others Separately Charged with Evading OFAC Sanctions In Connection With Maduro’s 2018 Presidential Campaign.

William Barr, the Attorney General of the United States, Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Brian Benczkowski, Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice, Uttam Dhillon, Acting Administrator of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”), and Alysa D. Erichs, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Acting Executive Associate Director for Homeland Security Investigations (“HSI”), announced the unsealing of two separate indictments charging current and former Venezuelan officials and FARC leadership. 
One Superseding Indictment includes narco-terrorism, drug trafficking, and weapons charges against NICOLÁS MADURO MOROS, Diosdado CABELLO RONDÓN, HUGO ARMANDO CARVAJAL BARRIOS, a/k/a “El Pollo,” CLÍVER ANTONIO ALCALÁ CORDONES, LUCIANO MARÍN ARANGO, a/k/a “Ivan Marquez,” and SEUXIS PAUCIS HERNÁNDEZ SOLARTE, a/k/a “Jesús Santrich.”  The other Superseding Indictment alleges violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (“IEEPA”) and the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (“Kingpin Act”), and a related conspiracy to defraud the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), against TARECK ZAIDAN EL AISSAMI MADDAH, JOSELIT RAMIREZ CAMACHO, and SAMARK LOPEZ BELLO.  The charges are contained in separate Superseding Indictments unsealed today in Manhattan federal court.  Both cases are pending before U.S. District Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein.

The U.S. Department of State, through its Narcotics Rewards Program, is offering rewards of up to $15 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of MADURO MOROS, up to $10 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of CABELLO RONDÓN, CARVAJAL BARRIOS, and ALCALÁ CORDONES, and up to $5 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of MARÍN ARANGO.  Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest and/or conviction of Maduro Moros, Cabello Rondón, Carvajal Barrios, or Marín Arango can email the DEA at CartelSolesTips@usdoj.gov, or message the DEA at 1-202-681-8187 using text messages, WhatsApp, or Signal.

The U.S. Department of State is also offering rewards of up to $10 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of EL AISSAMI MADDAH.  Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest and/or conviction of EL AISSAMI MADDAH can contact HSI 1-866-347-2423.

Attorney General William Barr said: “The Venezuelan regime, once led by Nicolás Maduro Moros, remains plagued by criminality and corruption. For more than 20 years, Maduro and a number of high-ranking colleagues allegedly conspired with the FARC, causing tons of cocaine to enter and devastate American communities. Today’s announcement is focused on rooting out the extensive corruption within the Venezuelan government – a system constructed and controlled to enrich those at the highest levels of the government. The United States will not allow these corrupt Venezuelan officials to use the U.S. banking system to move their illicit proceeds from South America nor further their criminal schemes.”

U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said:  “Today we announce criminal charges against Nicolas Maduro for running, together with his top lieutenants, a narco-terrorism partnership with the FARC for the past 20 years.  The scope and magnitude of the drug trafficking alleged was made possible only because Maduro and others corrupted the institutions of Venezuela and provided political and military protection for the rampant narco-terrorism crimes described in our charges.  

As alleged, Maduro and the other defendants expressly intended to flood the United States with cocaine in order to undermine the health and wellbeing of our nation.  Maduro very deliberately deployed cocaine as a weapon.  While Maduro and other cartel members held lofty titles in Venezuela’s political and military leadership, the conduct described in the Indictment wasn’t statecraft or service to the Venezuelan people.   As alleged, the defendants betrayed the Venezuelan people and corrupted Venezuelan institutions to line their pockets with drug money.”

DEA Acting Administrator Uttam Dhillon said:  “These indictments expose the devastating systemic corruption at the highest levels of Nicolas Maduro’s regime.  These officials repeatedly and knowingly betrayed the people of Venezuela, conspiring, for personal gain, with drug traffickers and designated foreign terrorist organizations like the FARC. Today’s actions send a clear message to corrupt officials everywhere that no one is above the law or beyond the reach of U.S. law enforcement.  The Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Administration will continue to protect the American people from ruthless drug traffickers – no matter who they are or where they live.”

ICE Acting Executive Associate Director for HSI Alysa D. Erichs said:  “The collaborative nature of this investigation is representative of the ongoing work HSI and international law enforcement agencies perform each day, often behind the scenes and unknown to the public, to make our communities safer and free from corruption.  Today’s announcement highlights HSI’s global reach and commitment to aggressively identify, target and investigate individuals who violate U.S. laws, exploit financial systems, and hide behind cryptocurrency to further their illicit criminal activity. Let this indictment be a reminder that no one is above the law - not even powerful political officials.”

According to the allegations contained in the Superseding Indictment charging MADURO MOROs and others, other court filings, and statements made during court proceedings[1]:

Since at least 1999, MADURO MOROS, DIOSDADO CABELLO RONDÓN, HUGO CARVAJAL BARRIOS, a/k/a “El Pollo,” and CLÍVER ALCALÁ CORDONES, acted as leaders and managers of the Cártel de Los Soles, or “Cartel of the Suns.”  The Cartel’s name refers to the sun insignias affixed to the uniforms of high-ranking Venezuelan military officials. MADURO MOROS and the other charged Cartel members abused the Venezuelan people and corrupted the legitimate institutions of Venezuela – including parts of the military, intelligence apparatus, legislature, and the judiciary – to facilitate the importation of tons of cocaine into the United States.  The Cártel de Los Soles sought not only to enrich its members and enhance their power, but also to “flood” the United States with cocaine and inflict the drug’s harmful and addictive effects on users into the United States.

MARÍN ARANGO and HERNÁNDEZ SOLARTE are leaders of the FARC.  Beginning in approximately 1999, while the FARC was purporting to negotiate toward peace with the Colombian government, FARC leaders agreed with leaders of the Cártel de Los Soles to relocate some of the FARC’s operations to Venezuela under the protection of the Cartel.  Thereafter, the FARC and the Cártel de Los Soles dispatched processed cocaine from Venezuela to the United States via transshipment points in the Caribbean and Central America, such as Honduras.  By approximately 2004, the United States Department of State estimated that 250 or more tons of cocaine were transiting Venezuela per year. 

The maritime shipments were shipped north from Venezuela’s coastline using go-fast vessels, fishing boats, and container ships.  Air shipments were often dispatched from clandestine airstrips, typically made of dirt or grass, concentrated in the Apure State.  According to the United States Department of State, approximately 75 unauthorized flights suspected of drug trafficking activities entered Honduran airspace in 2010 alone, using what is known as the “air bridge” cocaine route between Venezuela and Honduras.

In his role as a leader of the Cártel de Los Soles, MADURO MOROS negotiated multi-ton shipments of FARC-produced cocaine; directed that the Cártel de Los Soles provide military-grade weapons to the FARC; coordinated foreign affairs with Honduras and other countries to facilitate large-scale drug trafficking; and solicited assistance from FARC leadership in training an unsanctioned militia group that functioned, in essence, as an armed forces unit for the Cártel de Los Soles.

The Defendants

MADURO MOROS is the former president of Venezuela.  He previously held a seat in the Venezuelan National Assembly between approximately 2000 and approximately 2006, acted as the Venezuelan foreign minister between approximately 2006 and approximately 2013, and acted as the vice president of Venezuela in approximately 2013.  MADURO MOROS succeeded to the Venezuelan presidency after Hugo Chávez died in 2013 and, during his presidency, continued to participate in cocaine trafficking with the Cártel de Los Soles and the FARC.  

In approximately 2018, MADURO MOROS declared victory in a presidential election in Venezuela.  In approximately 2019, the National Assembly of Venezuela invoked the Venezuelan constitution and declared that MADURO MOROS had usurped power and was not the president of Venezuela.  Since approximately 2019, more than 50 countries, including the United States, have refused to recognize MADURO MOROS as Venezuela’s head of state and instead recognized Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela.  In approximately January 2020, the U.S. State Department certified the authority of Guaidó, as the interim president of Venezuela, to receive and control property in accounts at the United States Federal Reserve maintained by the Venezuelan government and the Central Bank of Venezuela.

CABELLO RONDÓN is president of Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly, and a member of the Venezuelan armed forces.  CABELLO RONDÓN previously acted as chief of staff to Chávez in approximately 2001, vice president of Venezuela in approximately 2002, governor of Venezuela’s Miranda State between approximately 2004 and approximately 2008, and president of Venezuela’s National Assembly between approximately 2012 and approximately 2016.

CARVAJAL BARRIOS is a Venezuelan citizen and was the director of Venezuela’s military intelligence agency, which was known as the Dirección de Inteligencia Militar (“DIM”), between approximately 2004 and approximately 2011.  In approximately April 2011, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York filed the original indictment in this case, charging CARVAJAL BARRIOS with drug trafficking, 11 Cr. 205 (AKH).  Nonetheless, in approximately 2013, MADURO MOROS made CARVAJAL BARRIOS the director of the DIM for a second time.  Between approximately January 2014 and approximately June 2014, CARVAJAL BARRIOS held the title of Venezuela’s consul general to Aruba.  In approximately January 2016, despite being a fugitive on the above-described drug trafficking charges, CARVAJAL BARRIOS was elected to the Venezuelan National Assembly.  As of today, CARVAJAL BARRIOS remains a fugitive on pending charges in underlying indictments in the Southern District of New York and subject to a lawful order of extradition issued by Spain in approximately 2019.

ALCALÁ CORDONES is a former general in the Venezuelan military.

MARÍN ARANGO joined the FARC in approximately 1985.  In approximately 2006, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York filed a drug trafficking charge against 50 leaders of the FARC, including MARÍN ARANGO.  As of today, MARÍN ARANGO is a fugitive on that charge and a member of the FARC’s Secretariat, which is the FARC’s highest leadership body.

HERNÁNDEZ SOLARTE joined the FARC in approximately 1991.  As of today, HERNÁNDEZ SOLARTE is a member of the FARC’s Central High Command, which is the FARC’s second-highest leadership body.  As described below, in approximately 2018, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York filed drug trafficking charges against HERNÁNDEZ SOLARTE.  HERNÁNDEZ SOLARTE remains a fugitive on those charges.

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MADURO MOROS, 57, CABELLO RONDÓN, 56, CARVAJAL BARRIOS, 59, ALCALÁ CORDONES, 58, MARÍN ARANGO, 64, and HERNÁNDEZ SOLARTE, 53, have each been charged with: 

(1) participating in a narco-terrorism conspiracy, which carries a 20-year mandatory minimum sentence and a maximum of life; (2) conspiring to import cocaine into the United States, which carries a 10-year mandatory minimum sentence and a maximum of life; (3) using and carrying machine guns and destructive devices during and in relation to, and possessing machine guns and destructive devices in furtherance of, the narco-terrorism and cocaine importation conspiracies, which carries a 30-year mandatory minimum sentence and a maximum of life; and (4) conspiring to use and carry machine guns and destructive devices during and in relation to, and to possess machine guns and destructive devices in furtherance of, the narco-terrorism and cocaine importation conspiracies, which carries a maximum sentence of life.  The potential mandatory minimum and maximum sentences in this case are prescribed by Congress and provided here for informational purposes only, as any sentencing of the defendants will be determined by the judge.

Mr. Berman praised the outstanding investigative work of the DEA’s Special Operations Division Bilateral Investigations Unit, New York Strike Force, and Miami Field Division, as well as the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of International Affairs and the National Security Division’s Counterterrorism Section.

This case is being handled by the Office’s Terrorism and International Narcotics Unit.  Assistant U.S. Attorneys Amanda L. Houle, Matthew J. Laroche, Jason A. Richman, and Kyle A. Wirshba are in charge of the prosecution.

The charges in the Superseding Indictment are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

A separate Superseding Indictment unsealed today in Manhattan federal court charges TARECK ZAIDAN EL AISSAMI MADDAH, Venezuela’s vice president for the economy, JOSELIT RAMIREZ CAMACHO, Venezuela’s superintendent of cryptocurrency (Sunacrip), and SAMARK LOPEZ BELLO, a Venezuelan businessman, with violations of IEEPA, the Kingpin Act, and other offenses related to efforts to evade sanctions imposed by OFAC against MADURO MOROS, EL AISSAMI MADDAH, and LOPEZ BELLO.

According to the allegations contained in the Superseding Indictment charging EL AISSAMI MADDAH and others, other court filings, and statements made during court proceedings[2]:

From February 2017 until March 2019, EL AISSAMI MADDAH and RAMIREZ CAMACHO worked with U.S. persons and U.S.-based entities to provide private flight services for the benefit of MADURO MOROS’s 2018 presidential campaign, in violation of OFAC’s sanctions targeting MADURO MOROS after he organized elections for the illegitimate National Constituent Assembly that CABELLO RONDÓN now leads.


EL AISSAMI MADDAH, 45, RAMIREZ CAMACHO, 33, and LOPEZ BELLO, 45, are charged with: (1) conspiracy to obstruct the lawful governmental functions of OFAC, which carries a maximum of 5 years’ imprisonment; (2) conspiracy to violate the Kingpin Act, which carries a maximum of 30 years’ imprisonment; and (3) four substantive violations of the Kingpin Act, each of which carries a maximum of 30 years’ imprisonment.  EL AISSAMI MADDAH and RAMIREZ CAMACHO are also charged with: (4) conspiracy to violate IEEPA, which carries a maximum of 20 years’ imprisonment; and (5) conspiracy to commit money laundering, which carries a maximum of 20 years’ imprisonment. The potential mandatory minimum and maximum sentences in this case are prescribed by Congress and provided here for informational purposes only, as any sentencing of the defendants will be determined by the judge.

Mr. Berman praised the outstanding investigative work of HSI’s New York Field Office, as well as OFAC, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of International Affairs, and the Counterintelligence and Export Control Section of the Department of Justice’s National Security Division.

This case is also being handled by the Office’s Terrorism and International Narcotics Unit.  Assistant U.S. Attorneys Sam Adelsberg and Amanda L. Houle are in charge of the prosecution.


[1] As the introductory phrase signifies, the entirety of the text of the Superseding Indictment, and the description of the Superseding Indictment set forth herein, constitute only allegations, and every fact described should be treated as an allegation.

[2] As the introductory phrase signifies, the entirety of the text of the Superseding Indictment, and the description of the Superseding Indictment set forth herein, constitute only allegations, and every fact described should be treated as an allegation.   


75 comments:

  1. Venezuela hoodlums have made the wanted list, mercenaries will be getting rich, once they get them.

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    1. Lmao with the CV that could possibly collapse the US economy and government and they still want to go after narcos haha they should start with the bankers and everybody in the US.

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  2. U.S doesn't want him as president and NOW he has drug charges? No pus GUAO!...
    Too many investors that want to get RICHER and he's in their WAY..
    MONEY 💰 💰 💰

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    1. Unfortunately, many countries undergo the same fate for political reasons. Rather, vested intrusion for financial interests. History is documented by this fact.
      To assume that all powers of be, do not discriminate nor apply its convictions of ideology upon others for beneficiary reasons has always been fictitious.

      Good comment

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    2. Yup they been trying to get rid of him for the longest. Im surprised they didn't say he had weapons of mass destruction

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    3. Right . I think everyone would have caught on that by now they can only get away with that in the middle east

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    4. Why dont you go live there is you think he’s good!!

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    5. If dictators Fidel Castro and Raul Castro helped Pablo Escobar like Popeye said
      If Manuel Noriega was a Narco and thought he was a badass. Why can’t Nicolas Maduro be the same way if he controls everything in Venezuela

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    6. In that case go after the mexican, Colombian, Peruvian, Bolivian, Brazilian and MORE presidents.. Why stop there?

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    7. Genaro Garcia Luna is throwing Mexican politicians under the bus including Felipe Calderon. Future arrests may be Maduro, Calderon, EPN, Fox, Obama and other higher ups. While other powerful people will keep contracting the coronavirus.

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    8. 2:29 do you believe in fairy tales too? The people mentioned are NEVER geting charged or much less CONVICTED.. They are just puppets for the GRINGOS

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    1. Of course, the US must have access to THAT oil!! How dare he prevent the US from controlling it??

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    2. Yea they want to suck out ALL the planet 🌎 natural resources.. They Are already SUPER RICH but it's not enough.. Pumping ALL that oil from the earth cant possibly be GOOD.. HUMANITY WILL PERISH BECAUSE OF GREED...

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    3. @3:03 & 8:31 What's wrong? Did you guys get denied your asylum claims?

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    4. Okay now how many of you actually know Venezuela? Cuz if you didn't they been trafficking drugs since longest and it isnt the narcos the whole time just search it up and you can see most of them are government officials from Venezuela it's been corrupted since the longest.

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  4. About time, this guy needs to be held accountable for starving his own people.

    As is always the case in these socialists environments the leaders of (china, North Korea, Venezuela and Cuba) never go without food while their people starve.

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    1. quienes son para lanzar acusaciones de este tipo?
      si ellos son amigos de los arabes que mataron y mutilaron el cuerpo despues disuelto en acido .. y no paso nada con la casa al saud .. que racero es este ? doble moral ahi viene el terror contra un pueblo noble como el venezolano , su delito tener riquezas y ser pobre, por gobiernos elitistas que quieren volver al poder .. pero no sera facil el mundo ya ha cambiado ..se vera en los proximos dias !!!

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    2. Same as in any modern country or any country for that matter ...the US is not excluded

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    3. One fails to realize the extent of the war against communism. Mexico was also at the forefront of this political issue with communist party members. A national security threat to US at the height of the cold war. Stamping out many of its citizens with communist ideology with influential assistance of the US government.
      The threats of political forces to undermine & change its course of living will always remain an issue to all governments. These shifts of political policies and alliances will determine one's self preservation in the end.

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    4. There are no homeless shelters in North Korea. China does not send missionaries to US. Venezuela gas no more domestic animals they've been eaten. Cuba has a substandard electrical grid. These are incomparable.

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    5. Again, recommended reading,
      The Memoirs of an Economic Hit Man by american agent John Hopkins...
      And let's remember, Bill Barr's daddy hired Jeff epstein to be a teacher in the high school where he was "the principal" and had to resign within a year, both were gone very soon.
      While Billionaire mass murdering colombian drug trafficker alvaro uribe velez remains immune in his beloved, tortured and assassinated Colombia.

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    6. I:56 the biggest communist threat these days is socialist China, followed by the great friend of the greatest US dear leader hermit kingdom of North Korea, while in mExick the communist threat was invented by the US, the DFS and the police to degenerate into drug trafficking business.
      --There has not been other communism in the world since Mister Gorbacheff tore that wall down!!!
      Now we have former KGB officers turned Capitalist Oligarchs dictating to the US...

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  5. If he's a narco-terrorist, then deal with him as such like they do in the Middle East, and take him out.

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  6. Interesting to see political influencers act on behalf of vested interests. The deployment of cocaine and other drugs from other governments & its officials are well known. A collaboration of many IMO.
    From the US contra scandal to those Mexican government officials (former presidents, generals and top government officials,ect).
    To condemn certain individuals and disregard others for their roles is far from any justice.
    I do not praise nor condone Venezuela's government for its role in flooding our communities with poison. Moreover, for the treatment of its citizens. Nevertheless, the applications of justice being influenced for political reasons are not justice.

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  7. This is just another ploy by our government to take down this government since they are working with Russia and China. Same thing happened with Evo Morales in Peru. Align yourself or we will charge you. Wake up People. They failed with Cuba and while criticized Castro did a lot of good things. Wiped out illiteracy and has some of the best medical structures. Hence they are even providing support to fight the corona virus. Sad that our government is only there to help the elite to get richer at the expense at others by either creating a false drug on wars or fake epidemics.

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    1. A valid statement when ideologies (politically / economically) are the reasons for many destabilized countries today.
      China, Russia & Iran are few remaining countries that have remained strong adversaries for world order reform by those political interests.
      Wars are the infliction of condoned atrocities by its governments. While all else are the product of evil minded people.

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  8. When will former Mexican Presidents and all of their High ranking military and cabinet officials be charged? Hmmmmm.....

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    1. The US cant do it. ICC and UN are too stupid to do it. US invested billions of compnay for cheap labor, they dont want to rock the boat.

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  9. "Devastate American communities" 😂😂 i love it how the government types up these indictments..

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  10. Columbian aircraft landing and taking off with no paperwork?

    It's a coincidence surely...

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  11. When Uncle Sam wants you to pay up and you don't, it's adios amigo.

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  12. Since 1999 and before that. And then there's Brazil. And all of Central America. Peru and I'm sure some other Southern American countries all in it at the top levels. Plus don't pass up Mexico. Look I'm Mexican my peoples came from way down there generations ago. I love my Mexican ways and at points I find it hard to not be so desmadroso, but these days I know that everything I do affects everyone around me. If you don't feel that way you selling yourself short. A whole President and his cabinet can't get it together for 28 million Vins. I get it there's an appetite for drugs yep no doubt. That appetite will consume you whole too. If you in it you in. Somes raised in it deep. Yep. We all in it though so keep your head up.

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  13. Time for the American vultures to buy Venezuela assets for pennies on the $$ and turn venezuelans into debt slaves by loaning guaido and his thieving crew 10s of billions from US$ printed from thin air! and charging them onerous interest rates forever!!
    Essential now as the bankrupt empire is collapsing!

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    1. The resistance from opposing governments have prevented the US to gain its foothold. Such invasive procedures (military intervention) will only result with these powers to commence world war 3. This is why the US has yet to invade.

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  14. Maduro has the protection by Putin. Good luck caputuring and loading him on next flight.

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  15. What Russia is doing about this? Is there going to be a war In the americas

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    1. The threat of foreign policy has always been the initiative for many countries worldwide. Foreign policy and influence have managed to impose ideologies upon many countries economically & politically.
      These national security threats have become a destabilization tool for many to achieve ones goal.

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  16. Bernie Sanders, Castro's, manduras, y Amlo are narcos

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    1. While all others are Saints?
      Political perspectives along with propaganda staged activities are what divides a nation into hateful behavior.
      One of the many flaws of mankind to side oneself to jibberish than rational decision making.

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  17. Amlo will not fight the Narcos, and he let little chapo go. Amlo is getting Narco money. He becoming very rich

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  18. Mexico next. Start with Calderon, then nieto, and then the pussy laying down for the cartels. Then bomb all the cartels. Leave all the good people of Mexico that still have morals and we’re taught right from wrong. We’re starving Chapo. Can’t wait to bury mencho under an American prison.

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    1. From past posts & readers here. Surprised Salinas is not being thrown under the bus for his enrichment from those same cartels.
      Funny how WHISHY- WASHY tactics are being used for a political agenda.

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    2. That's one high tech bomb u gonna drop. Kill the bad but not the good. We should drop one of those in the USA

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    3. Expect no government official from Mexico to be indicted.

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    4. 8:33 "He is a sanababich, but he is OUR sanababich"
      said some great presidente of the US about some Banana Republic dictator.
      That is the bottom line of US foreign policy.

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  19. FARC off Maduro!

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  20. Is chapo making his move?

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    1. Only moves CHAPO has now is from his BUNK to the TOILET

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  21. The US wants to to take over Venezuela’s oil reserves and install a puppet president. Do people forget about US imperialism around here? Btw, I’m not saying The Venezuelan leadership is innocent. However, I would like the US to stop meddling in foreign affairs and worry about the problems we have in the US.

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    1. Lol the Venezuela leadership is innocent, I can't stop laughing,...they why the hell is it's citizens leaving that country in the thousands?

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    2. can't you read dumbass? he didn't say they were innocent. some people who comment on here are braindead,

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    3. @ 7:47
      Can it be due the the strong economic sanctions imposed by those political powers against the Venezuelan country?
      Sanctions have always affected its citizens than those elites who hold office. A destabilizion tool used to cripple and create chaos. Knowing that those affected most are its citizens.
      Look at factual evidence of it ramifications.

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    4. @7:47 read slower so you don't make ASSumptions buey! LOL!! Oh My Gosh!!!

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    5. @2:55
      I admit the error. But calling one an ass isn't cheerio to anyone here. Let's keep comments respectful. After all opinions are not always the same or without rebuttals.

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    6. Yes 907 let's blame the US for the sanctions,yes the US did it for no apparent reason. Calling people names in here does not help either. You should be happy that Maduro and hid puppets are in big legal trouble.

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    7. @7:48
      Only shows the continuous hypocrisy of a Half-Ass judicial system we boast so proudly of; by permitting our allied governments & its officials with free passes for their participation.
      True justice applies to all. Never discriminating nor categorizing.

      Just saying



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  22. Cartel of the Suns says jump cds and cjng say how high?

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    1. I doubt that very much. They need mexican cartels. Majority of cocaine comes thru mexico. A whole mess of alot more thru the border than thru he carribean. I think you have it backwards...especially now that mexican cartels now have people in colombia pretty much financing their own labs and buying the leaves and or paste direct from the farmers.

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    2. 12:45 Mexicans running labs in Colombia is fake news its the farc smoke and mirrors you watch to much narcos.

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  23. He's very lucky this isn't the early-mid 20th Century. He'd have been gone within a week of taking power

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  24. Way to many assclowns talking like Maduro deserves remorse! typical Mexican making excuses for narcos, I pray to god America kills him and every other son of a bitch who aids narco scum

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    1. 6:33 it's a discussion with people with open minds but what would you know if your not open to new ideas or care to learn. Typical AMERICAN that thinks they own the 🌎

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    2. Then suggest u start with your own government for its participation.

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  25. https://www.pressenza.com/2020/03/trumps-narcoterrorism-indictment-of-maduro-already-backfires/

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    1. 8:08 thanks for your report, exactly full of reason and other views.

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  26. One of his generals just turned himself in in Colombia,transfered to USA

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    1. Do you know his name?

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    2. A smart move on his behalf. Guaranteed immunity & political asylum for his testimony I'm sure. Like many high profile drug traffickers for their cooperation.

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  27. Wow instead of bitching let's see what we can do help we're all human this shit will kill me as much as it does you

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    1. 5:17 the Lima Group has no plans but to win the Venezuelan oil, sorry.

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  28. It will be nice to see chapo testify against maduro so all the chapo lovers will jump up and down proclaiming how great and smart he is, while we secure the oil reserves and keep living in abundance, lol

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  29. Caro quintero just got named Maduro's partner this is going to be interesante, just read this on riodoce

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  30. El verdugo ha volteado hacia ameérica , ya que no le salio el movimiento en Siria.. habrá sangre. pero su pueblo como interpretara el colapso en salud pero si tienen para bombas misiles y mentiras

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  31. https://nationalpost.com/news/world/colombian-warlord-release-of-death-squad-boss-el-mono-from-u-s-prison-has-canadian-victims-seeking-truth AUC death squad leader EL MONO is released after 12 year sentence

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