Inside a raid in Maduro’s crackdown on critics in Venezuela slums

A man walks by graffiti of South American revolutionary hero Simon Bolivar, Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro at the Jose Felix Ribas neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

CARACAS (Reuters) – After Venezuelan police officers clad in black military uniforms and masks stopped 27-year-old Yohendry Fernandez at gunpoint in the Caracas slum of Jose Felix Ribas, they asked him if he had a criminal record. He replied yes. The officers then dragged him into an alley and shot him twice in the chest, […]

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