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One returning T&T national is today sharing his experience of being detained in Venezuela

One returning T&T national is today sharing his experience of being detained in Venezuela

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - 27 MAY 2016: A group of prisoners locked in their cells inside the municipal police station of Chacao, located east of Caracas. Amid an economic crisis, the jails in Venezuela are suffering from Chronic overcrowdings and prisioners lack adequeate food and medicine. ( Photo by Alvaro Ybarra Zavala / Getty Images Reportage for Time. )

CARACAS, VENEZUELA – 27 MAY 2016: A group of prisoners locked in their cells inside the municipal police station of Chacao, located east of Caracas. Amid an economic crisis, the jails in Venezuela are suffering from Chronic overcrowdings and prisioners lack adequeate food and medicine. ( Photo by Alvaro Ybarra Zavala / Getty Images Reportage for Time. )

He says whether you are Innocent or guilty you have to pay for your freedom.

Speaking with Andy Johnson, host of Impact T&T on Power 102.1fm yesterday, Dominic Pitilal discussed the hardships face by him and the four other nationals during their nearly three year -long incarceration at a Caracas prison as he made mention of the state of corruption which he says plays a major role in the operations of that country’s justice system.

Pitilal lamented the fact that the adherence of the human rights of those detained was disregard by authorities.

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