Minister Reverol announces capture of terrorists who wanted to commit selective killings in the country

The People’s Power Minister for Internal Affairs, Justice and Peace, Néstor Reverol, reported on Thursday about the capture of a group of assassins hired by the Venezuelan opposition to commit selective killings as part of the “Operation Constitution” that seeks to depose the government of the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros.

The Minister reported that the group entered the country from the Republic of Colombia to raise the levels of anxiety and terror in the population.

The investigations carried out allowed the capture of Miguel Ambrosio Palacio Salcedo, 44 ​​years old, non-commissioned deputy officer of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB), whose mission was to provide the logistics and the necessary recruitment to commit the selective assassination of politicians and Venezuelan military.

Likewise, the retired first lieutenant, Alberto José Salazar Cabaña, 43 years old, a deserter officer of the Bolivarian Army, who entered the country from Colombia in the company of two deserting officers of the Bolivarian Navy, already fully identified and under search.

Reverol also reported the capture of retired Colonel Oswaldo Garcia Palomo, 54 years old, requested for the crime of attempted assassination; retired colonel José Acevedo Montañés, 57, and another citizen identified as Antonio José Iabichela Barrios, 45 years old.

According to Reverol, the terrorists were apprehended at a checkpoint on the José Antonio Páez highway, in a green vehicle. In the process, two AK 103 rifles, two satellite phones and 500 bracelets with the initials of Operation Constitution (OC) were seized.


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