The Spanish newspaper El Mundo published this Sunday a chronicle of the extrajudicial execution of Óscar Pérez and his group of former officials of the Cuerpo de Investigaciones Penales, Científicas y Criminalísticas by Nicolás Maduro’s regime on January 15th, 2018 in El Junquito, Caracas. The photographs included in the investigation will be shown as evidence before the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Óscar Pérez was part of a group of former officials who rebelled against Nicolás Maduro’s regime. For six months, they surprised the dictatorship by carrying out military actions against the dictatorial entities and issued statements against Maduro and his gang.
While Pérez and his team remained in hiding, the government planned Operation “Gadeon” and executed it on January 15th. A small army of Venezuelan security forces and paramilitaries surrounded the house in which the former officials were housed and killed the seven people there with gunshots to the head.
Before this publication of the Spanish newspaper, the deputy of the National Assembly (NA), Delsa Solórzano, recalled that the investigations carried out by the Special Commission designated by the NA to investigate the case of the massacre, presented a report (sent to the International Criminal Court) in which they confirmed that it was an extrajudicial execution.
“As I stated at that time, Óscar Pérez and the heroes of El Junquito were shot in the head. Here are photos that show it,” Solórzano said through her personal Twitter account while quoting the El Mundo article.
“Óscar Pérez and the heroes of El Junquito were murdered by Maduro’s dictatorship with finishing shots to the head,” Solórzano concluded.