Monthly Archives: April 2008

Even Grandmothers get kidnapped in Venezuela

Mrs. Carmen Polanco de Áñez, 62-year-old housewife and grandmother from La Concepcion, yesterday became the 35th person abducted in the state of Zulia since January 1, 2008. At least 120 abductions have been reported in the first 115 days of … Continue reading

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Welcome to Bolivarian Venezuela 2008

Welcome to the Bolivarian Venezuela of 2008, a 21st century socialist state where someone is kidnapped every 24 hours, someone is murdered every 60 minutes, and armed robbery or carjacking happens every 10 minutes, according to official Interior and Justice … Continue reading

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