CARACAS, Venezuela. – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro reported that the terrorist group dismantled by the authorities planned to attack military barracks, hospitals and public services in the country.
The Venezuelan Public Prosecutor’s Office, in coordination with the Bolivarian Service of National Intelligence, arrested Roberto Eugenio Marrero, who “is investigated for his alleged connection with crimes involving the violation of the constitutional order and the promotion of terrorism and violence, including the attempt to assassination the Head of State,” a statement from that office said.
Marrero, head of the terrorist group and linked to the self-proclaimed opponent Juan Guaido, will be presented in a hearing in the period established by the Venezuelan legislation.
The authorities of that country seized war weapons and foreign currencies at Marrero´s residence.