Saturday, April 09, 2011

The extradition of Walid Makled

Updated on April 4, 2011

Venezuelan government's responsibility with the Makled case

Comments by Pedro Mario Burelli concerning the Walid Makled case

Updated on April 2, 2011

Walid Makled's extradition comments by Pedro Mario Burelli

U.S. Losing Big Drug Catch

Venezuelan, Colombian Presidents Delay Meeting

Dear Journalists,

There is a virtual campaign on Facebook and Twitter to ask Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos to please extradite Venezuelan narcotics trafficker Walid Makled to the United States.

While President Juan Manuel Santos is a man of honor, and may not want to change his agreement with infamous Hugo Chavez to extradite Walid Makled to Venezuela it is of utmost importance that Makled is extradited to the United States of America. Hugo Chavez is an illegitimate leader, and is currently supporting Moammar Gadhafi’s genocide. Isn’t this a crime against humanity? The current Venezuelan government seems unable and unqualified to judge Walid Makled.

Diego Arria in the Christian Science Monitor on the extradition of Walid Makled

Will Gaddafi end up in Venezuela - or Chavez in Tripoli?

Chavez and Gaddafi — best friends forever? By William J. Dobson

Hugo Chavez continues to disinform citizens denying that there are opposition rebels in Libya protesting Moammar Gadhafi ‘s genocide. In the following video please notice that the Venezuelan Ambassador Afif Tajeldine’s Spanish has a very odd accent. Is the Ambassador a Venezuelan citizen?

The following link is to statements made on this date by the Venezuelan Ambassador to Libya:

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat wrote opinion article Cuando los pueblos pierden el miedo explains how the Arab nations have succeeded to lose their fear of dictators:

A good news from Venezuela is that because of the current situation in Libya, the Branger family may be able to eventually recover their farm which Chavez had given to Gadhafi: El Hato Piñero se salvo de Qaddafi

Venezuelans need the aid from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.


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