lunes, 27 de junio de 2016

GUERRA MEDIATICA MUNDIAL...CONTRA VENEZUELA


LA GUERRA MEDIATICA... ES A NIVEL MUNDIAL....MIENTRAS EN EEUU HAY MASACRES Y HECATOMBES...TODOS LOS DIAS....Y EN MEXICO...ASESINAN A DOCENTES DE NIÑOS...ES VENEZUELA LO PEOR DEL MUNDO....FIJENSE LA PROPAGANDA DE BUEN AGENTE...DE LA POLICIA  DEL HATILLO...LOS QUE CUSTODIABAN A LOS PARAMILITARES  EN LA FINCA DACTARY....!!

Soaring crime: According to police figures, 85 per cent of all deaths in the city are violent. There were 5,000 murders in the capital last year
No control: Ransom prices have soared since the start of the economic collapse, in a country where the average wage is £14 a month. The gang’s first kidnap, carried out five years ago, netted a ransom of £117. These days, they charge at least £11,700


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3639201/Kidnap-boss-holding-Caracas-ransom-Sinister-meet-crime-boss-running-racket-Venezuelans-poverty.html#ixzz4CpBtkpdm
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EXCLUSIVE - 'Kings' of the most dangerous city on Earth: Boss of brutal kidnap gang boasts of murdering HUNDREDS - and police admit they're powerless to stop him as massive crime wave sweeps Venezuela

  • Kidnappings are a daily occurrence in Caracas, which has the highest murder rate in the world
  • The gangs, which have members as young as 10, demand ransoms of £12,000 when average salary is £14 a month 
  • Families who don't pay doom their loved ones to being shot in the face and dumped in unmarked grave
  • Crime boss, 23, met MailOnline at gunpoint and revealed how he carefully plots each snatch using 'network of 300'


Target: Officers on the patrol were armed with handguns, and one wielded a shotgun. But there was no sign of the high velocity weapons or grenades that are used by the criminal gangs






Underworld: Crime is intertwined with ordinary life in Caracas, where danger lurks just beneath the surface. As MailOnline interviewed the gang boss while being held at gunpoint, people were going about their business in the brightly-painted slum

Underworld: Crime is intertwined with ordinary life in Caracas, where danger lurks just beneath the surface. As MailOnline interviewed the gang boss while being held at gunpoint, people were going about their business in the brightly-painted slum

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3639201/Kidnap-boss-holding-Caracas-ransom-Sinister-meet-crime-boss-running-racket-Venezuelans-poverty.html#ixzz4Cp9shXj6
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Notorious: On a patrol of one of the country’s most dangerous kidnap alleys, Santiago Rosas, director of El Hatillo municipal police, told MailOnline: 'The situation is so dire that police are now only able to protect nine per cent of the population'


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3639201/Kidnap-boss-holding-Caracas-ransom-Sinister-meet-crime-boss-running-racket-Venezuelans-poverty.html#ixzz4Cp8n3Mvb
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