Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro Charged By U.S. For Narco-Terrorism, Cocaine Trafficking

3/26/2020

$15 million is being offered by the State Department for information leading to Maduro’s arrest.

reported , calling them “a conspiracy from the United States and Colombia” and that as president, “I’m obliged to defend peace and stability for all the motherland, under any circumstances.” The State Department is offering $15 million for any information that would lead to the arrest of Maduro, the Times reported. In addition to the narco-terrorism and cocaine trafficking charges, other counts in the indictment included possessing machine guns and conspiring to possess machine guns, according to the Times . Crucial quote: “Maduro’s grip on tyranny will be smashed and broken,” President Trump said in his February State of the Union address. Key background: U.S. prosecutors believe Maduro oversaw a drug cartel that aimed to “flood” the country with cocaine and “inflict the drug’s harmful and addictive effects on users,” the Times reported, citing the indictment. Read more: Forbes

Trump administration to designate Venezuela as state sponsor of terrorism and charge President Maduro, sources sayThe Trump administration is expected to designate Venezuela as a state sponsor of terrorism as soon as Thursday and bring charges against the country's president, Nicolás Maduro, according to five sources familiar with the situation, in a momentous move that will mark a modern low point in relations between the US and the ailing socialist state. The US is just not good at this 'fighting a pandemic' thing at all, is it? Sheesh... As it should!

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U.S. Unseals Drug Trafficking Charges Against Venezuela's President MaduroNEW: The Justice Department announced charges against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro — over an alleged conspiracy to flood the U.S with cocaine through a drug trafficking network. Bill Barr should arrest NPR executives for shaking down taxpayers in this time of national crisis. this is going to be a great NarcosNetflix series! Good to know that the entire federal government is focusing on things that really matter in the midst of a global pandemic!

Venezuela's Maduro to face U.S. drug trafficking charges: sourceThe U.S. government is expected to bring criminal charges against Venezuelan Pre... Thanks USA for all the support to my country Wait what Why don't just tighten legislation on drug dealers of their own country? Can you really catch him? And that really helps?

Venezuela's Maduro to face U.S. drug trafficking charges: sourceThe U.S. government is expected to bring criminal charges against Venezuelan Pre... Thanks USA for all the support to my country Wait what Why don't just tighten legislation on drug dealers of their own country? Can you really catch him? And that really helps?

U.S. Unseals Drug Trafficking Charges Against Venezuela's President MaduroNEW: The Justice Department announced charges against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro — over an alleged conspiracy to flood the U.S with cocaine through a drug trafficking network. Bill Barr should arrest NPR executives for shaking down taxpayers in this time of national crisis. this is going to be a great NarcosNetflix series! Good to know that the entire federal government is focusing on things that really matter in the midst of a global pandemic!



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