• Live
    • Audio Only
  • google plus
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Attorney General Saab sent a letter to the President of U.S. Congress to contribute to Operation Gideon investigation

    Attorney General Saab sent a letter to the President of U.S. Congress to contribute to Operation Gideon investigation | Photo: Twitter/@MinpublicoVE

Published 21 May 2020
Opinion

The missive brings light on the facts that implied the violation of Venezuelan sovereignty and laws, but also U.S. laws.

Venezuela's Public Ministry sent a letter to the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, regarding the Gedeon Operation, as announced by Venezuela's Attorney General Tarek William Saab on Thursday.

RELATED:

'I Would Use an Army to Raid Venezuela' Trump Acknowledges


The document offers information about the operation to bring light on facts that led to the violation of Venezuelan sovereignty and laws, but also of U.S. laws.  
 
"As I reported a few days ago, an investigation was launched in the U.S. Congress to determine whether U.S. citizens and companies were violating U.S. laws and whether any element of the U.S. government knew what was happening," Saab explained.

 
We have to remember that the Colombian criminal organization Los Pachencas, involved in drug trafficking operations,  was in charge of providing safe routes for the mercenaries. In turn, they were supported logistically on Colombian territory by the Present Future Foundation. 
 
This is the main reason why, through the message, the Public Ministry questions whether the President of the United States and his Colombian pair Ivan Duque talked about the Gedeon Operation, in any of their recent meetings, or about the relationship between Juan Guaidó and the Silvercorp company. The letter also states that "the PM will do everything necessary to ensure that justice is done under our sovereign laws and commits itself to collaborate, as the Sovereign Power, with any North American institution that seeks the truth."
 
Venezuela's Government, along with the International Criminal Court and UN Security Council, is developing a strategy to reveal everything about the May events. As a result of this
Sixty-six people involved with the military raid have been arrested, and another 99 arrest warrants have been issued.

Comment
0
Comments
Post with no comments.