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Tuesday, December 06, 2022

Venezuelan deputy Juan Requisense was sentenced to eight years in prison by the Nicolas Maduro regime justice

Venezuela'S Opposition Deputy Juan Requests.  Ephesians
Venezuela’s opposition deputy Juan Requests. Ephesians

Venezuelan Deputy, Juan Requisense was sentenced to eight years in prison for the crime of conspiracyAccording to his defense attorney, Joel Garcia, this morning in Caracas.

Joel García, Defense Attorney For Deputy Juan Requisance.  @Joelgarcia69
Joel García, defense attorney for deputy Juan Requisance. @joelgarcia69

García condemns that Chavista Justice has once again violated the principle of propaganda and citizen participation By preventing the entry of the public and the relatives of the accused and He described the process as “arbitrary”. During an interview with Union Radio, the lawyer indicated that he would appeal the sentence and warned that with this trial it was not possible to prove that the leader was responsible for the crimes he is accused of. .

“The Public Ministry could not prove your responsibility in any of the seven crimes for which you were charged. There is no way for the judge to convict you and you should be acquitted, but our justice has been hijacked.Garcia posted on Twitter.

President in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó rejected the Venezuelan Justice Judgment and expressed that the Maduro dictatorship kidnapped Ríquán and deprived him of his freedom “as a mechanism of oppression of an entire society that opposes,

“The right to defense is undermined and the regime has no intention of modifying its oppressive behavior” Far from restoring the rule of law,” he said. Emilio Figueredo, Venezuelan lawyer and former ambassador, on sentencing against requisition.

former MP Juan Pablo Guanipa explained that the person sentenced today is “an exceptional Venezuelan, honest, authentic and committed to the defense of Venezuela’s liberation and democracy.”, He said that the punishment was not in accordance with the truth or justice.

Demand, who was arrested in August 2018 for alleged links to an alleged attack against Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro in a public act, He has been locked in the house for several months, where it is now believed that he will serve his sentence.,

Maduro'S Escorts Cover Him In The Middle Of A Confusing Episode With A Drone (@Xhespanol)
Maduro’s escorts cover him in the middle of a confusing episode with a drone (@XHespanol)

The UN Human Rights Council’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention called his detention arbitrary and recommended his release.

On August 8, 2018, the Supreme Court of Justice issued Requesens. declared the admissibility of the prosecution of And according to a press release published by the agency itself, there were “substantial elements of conviction to presage the commission of offenses of a permanent nature” by the deputy.

Requesens faced two charges for felony manslaughter and five others for possession of a firearm, terrorism, treason, conspiracy to commit a crime and public provocation.,

He was released as a humanitarian measure in August 2020, after serving two years at Helicoid, the headquarters of the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin) awaiting trial.

Venezuelan Opposition Leader Julio Borges.  File Archive
Venezuelan opposition leader Julio Borges. file archive

On this 4th of August morning it was also discovered that it was An arrest and extradition order was issued against deputy Julio Borges and the alleged financier of the group that led the failed attack against Maduro, Osman Delgado Taboski., In addition, a further 16 civilians and four soldiers were tried by Venezuelan justice for being connected to the same case. Tamara Suzu, a human rights lawyer and defender, details the sentences that the accuser must fulfill:

Juan Carlos Mutt, Argenis Valera, José Miguel Estrada, Oswald Castillo, Alberto Bracho, Brian Oropeza, Henribert Rivas, Yolmar Escalona, ​​Emiralandri Benítez, Yanin Pernía, Alejandro Pérez Gamez and Pedro Zambrano

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Jose Eloy Rivas (20 years old) and Hector Hernandez da Costa (16 years old)

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