July 29, 2014

A Missed Chance to Expose Venezuela's Regime

Roger Noriega, New York Post

The Associated Press

The Netherlands’ decision to release powerful retired Venezuelan general Hugo Carvajal in Aruba, arrested Wednesday at the request of US law enforcement, is a boon to the narcostate in Caracas. It will make it easier for the Obama administration to continue ignoring the corrupt and repressive regime in Venezuela.

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TAGGED: Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, Hugo Carvajal

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