Monday, November 29, 2004

The Hebraica raid after shocks

Well, according to the president of the Hebrew community in Caracas nothing was found inside the Hebraica club/school.

Now we are waiting to know the reasons for the raid. Meanwhile the political fallout from that raid is not pretty. Besides the expected complaints from the Hebrew community, sure to bring international attention, we saw a rather decomposed Diosdado Cabello, now governor of Miranda, declaring as the MVR chief after some reunion they had today where it seems that they felt the heat of criticism from the heavy handed ways used in the investigation of Danilo Anderson death, investigations which have yielded so far a few more deaths (two more today) and arrests and what not, but no clear explanation about anything.

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