United States Indicts Maduro, Offers US$15 Million for Capture

The top echelon of Venezuela's government has been charged with drug trafficking and other crimes.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The US government announced Thursday, March 26th, that it has indicted Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and many other members of the Chavista top echelon, charging them with drug trafficking, 'narcoterrorism', corruption and money laundering.

Moreover, the US is offering US$15 million as a reward for information leading to the capture and trial of the Venezuelan leader.

Diosdado Cabello, president of the National Constituent Assembly - Venezuela's official parliament - and the president's right-hand man, is one of four other prominent Venezuelans, who have a price of S$10 million on their heads . . .

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