The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó clarified that he was not aware that some subjects who asked for some photos in Colombia were alias ‘El Brother’ and ‘El Menor’, leaders of the Los Rastrojos gang.
The president recalled that these photos were taken during his journey from Venezuela to Colombia for the Venezuela Aid Live in Cúcuta.
Guaido explained that he had hundreds of photos taken and it was impossible to know who asked for them. “There were hundreds of photos that day and after we arrived at the concert, thousands. It is difficult to discriminate who asks for a photo”, he added.
“I have no knowledge of what was happening on the day of the crossing in the Colombian side, but I do know that that day we crossed no less than 11 blockages on the Venezuelan side, there was an intersection of ‘colectivos’ “, he added.
Finally, the president celebrated that both criminals are already behind bars. “I celebrate that they are in prison, if they belong to those irregular groups, so it should be”, he said.
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— Centro de Comunicación Nacional (@Presidencia_VE) September 13, 2019