From this Saturday early hours , June 12, all operational units of the Bolivarian National Police Force were deployed in La Vega to free the residents of irregular groups. You surely saw the social media flooded with Images of these groups sowing sosobra in that popular Caracas neighborhood.
These irregular groups don’t finance themselves by stealing mobile phones or selling grams of cocaine. The violent “radical” opposition has been financing these groups.
From the Directorate of Criminal Investigation of the PNB Bolivarian National Police in Maripérez, Caracas, the Sector Vice President for Citizen Security and Peace, Chief Admiral Carmen Meléndez reported on the results of the operation to liberate and protect the inhabitants of the La Vega neighborhood.
#VIDEO🎥 La Vicepresidenta Sectorial AJ Carmen Meléndez "La garantía de los Derechos Humanos en esta operación policial desarrollada este sábado en la parroquia La Vega, contó con la participación del Ministerio Público".#HéroesDeVerdad pic.twitter.com/1SkAaUH85A
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The Chief Admiral, Carmen Meléndez, reported it 38 people were detained during the deployment of the PNB Bolivarian National Police in La Vega and several firearms were seized, including: 3 pistols, 3 rifles, 1 sniper rifle, 1 submachine gun, 2 rifles.
2 kilos of C4 composition explosives, 8 detonating cords, 2 fragmentary grenades, 202 ammunition of different calibers
Ivan simonovis, a fugitive from justice, reveals the opposition’s orchestrated plan to create CHAOS
Ivan Simonovis, a fugitive from justice, a prisoner of his ego, reveals the opposition’s orchestrated plan to generate CHAOS, “until everything collapses” in Venezuela.
The media present him as a victim “of the Chavista regime,” a “political prisoner” and a “good family man.” At the same time, they silence his crimes and, above all, his conviction as a murderer in Venezuela. His name is Iván Simonovis.
Simonovis was a police commissioner in Caracas. He is responsible for various violent strategies carried out by the extreme right for at least two decades. Now, he participates in Operation Boycott, created together with Uribism from Colombia. His targets is to assassinate deputies, governors, relatives of high government officials and even the attorney general, Tarek William Saab.
His criminal record rebounds to April 11, 2002. That day, at least 19 Venezuelans were viciously murdered in the streets of Caracas. The person responsible for that massacre, carried out in cold blood and in broad daylight, was Simonovis. At that time, he was head of security for the Caracas Metropolitan Mayor’s Office. He resigned as ‘Special Commissioner for Security and Intelligence of the interim government of Venezuela’. In other words, today it is an invention of Juan Guaidó.
The Admiral-in-Chief of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces Remigio Ceballos Ichaso in this reissued archival audiovisual work, explains what happens in popular Venezuelan neighborhoods where the Venezuelan extremist opposition has its hand in its financing with money from foreign countries. This type of strategy is similar to the one that occurred in the Middle East, similar to the Colombian Paramilitary criminal that want to export to Venezuela.