The United States accused the two officials of Venezuela of taking bribes from drug dealers

Two high-ranking officials of Venezuela accused the United States of taking bribes from drug dealers and warning them about the conduct of anti-drug raids. It is reported NEWSru.com citing the Agency Reuters citing sources familiar with the investigation.

According to sources, prosecutors are ready to present a formal opinion on the head of the National guard of Venezuela Nestor Reverol and former Deputy head of the antidrug Agency of the country Edilberto Molina, currently occupying the post of military attaché in Germany.

In addition to the charges of taking bribes from drug dealers also suspect will soon be charged with Commission of acts that impede the anti-drug investigations.

Earlier it was reported about the arrest by American agents in Haiti two nephews of the wife of Venezuelan President nicolás Maduro — Celia Flores. They are accused of conspiring to smuggle U.S. 800 kilograms of cocaine. The suspects were taken to the U.S. and appeared in court in new York.

According to investigators, 30-year-old Franks, Francisco Flores de Freitas and 29-year-old Afrian Antonio Campo Flores from October 2015 colluded with others «to violate U.S. laws prohibiting the importation of cocaine». For such crimes are punishable up to life imprisonment.

Nicolas Maduro has previously called for criminal prosecution nephews insinuations from the imperialist powers.

We will remind, the Office of drug control in Washington and Federal prosecutors in new York and Miami are investigating about the involvement of the head of the National Assembly of Venezuela Diosdado Cabello and other high-ranking officials to the organization’s largest transit point for the transportation of cocaine and money laundering.




The United States accused the two officials of Venezuela of taking bribes from drug dealers 17.12.2015

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