Advertisement

LIVE STREAMS

MESSAGE

LIVE STREAMS

MESSAGE

Advertisement

LIVE STREAMS

MESSAGE

Advertisement

THE REMAINING TRINIDADINANS IN VENEZUELA ARE EXPECTED TO APPEAR IN COURT TODAY

by | Apr 3, 2014

NEWS GRAPHIC 8The eight remaining Trinidadians that are still held in Venezuela for allegedly plotting to overthrow the government of President Nicholas Maduro are expected to appear in court today.

22 people were held at the Plaza Hotel in Sabana Grande, in downtown Caracas last Friday.

The Venezuelan authorities claim they found jihadist videos and military gear on some of the men that were detained.

A total of 102 thousand US dollars in cash and 66 passports were also confiscated.

Rear Admiral Richard Kelshall says the men are being detained under the terrorism act while Venezuela is under a state of emergency.

CLICK TO PLAY AUDIO

Rear Admiral Kelshall says the faiths of Dominic Clive Pitilal, Andre Joseph Battersby, Asim Luqman, Charles Wade and Leslie Doisely remain out of their hands.

0 Comments