Thursday, February 17, 2011

Death penalty in Venezuela

Not a concentration camp, a Venezuelan jail
No, I will not bother you with all the lies and outrageous lies told today by the government on the matter of Venezuela energy.  Rather I will show the latest, most glaring, energetic example of the existence of death penalty in Venezuela.  In spite of all the lovy-lovy human rights pseudo credo of the bolibanananian revolution.

Today some guy that was held for robbery in some police station of Carabobo was sent to the most infamous penal site of Tocuyito. Within 30 minutes of his arrival he was dead.  At the hands of the other prisoners.  By at least 100 bullet wounds.  El Carabobeño reports that the body could not be recognized.  I bet!

There was a reason apparently: one of the inmate "leaders" had a nephew that was jailed at that police station.  He was then robbed by what is now the human colander, so to speak.

Question: How the f..k where so many guns available to the inmates of Tocuyito?

Death penalty exists in Venezuela, it is just a matter where the "justice" sends you to jail.  12 years of glorious people's revolution and that shit happens......


  1. 1979 Boat People1:06 AM

    "Made in Iran" is coming to Venezuela soon.

    Belarus Considers Scrapping Car Production With Iran

  2. Island Canuck6:23 AM

    The question of the guns in Venezuelan jails has always mystified me during the 20+ years I have spent here.

    Why doesn't the GN or FAN simply search each of these guys, put them in a holding area & clean out the prison.

    Next job would be to throw any guard allowing contraband into the jail with the criminals.

    I bet that would stop the problem.

  3. If only it were so simple Island Canuck. I'm pretty sure the whole thing is a vast mafia that the GN and other authorities are in on it. Hell the GN probably SELLS them weapons in exchange for drugs or whatever.

  4. Charly10:38 AM

    Question: How the f..k where so many guns available to the inmates of Tocuyito?

    Daniel, can you make a wild guess? Does the acronym GNB ring a bell?

    Island Canuck: good try but the foxes are managing the chicken coop.

  5. Daniel, did you happen to hear about this? Someone posted it over in CC:


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