List of Arrested and Wanted Mercenaries – US Led Operation Gideon

Since last Sunday, May 3, when the first group of mercenaries who attempted to invade Venezuelan territory by sea were neutralized, the country’s security authorities, together with the Bolivarian Militia and fishermen/peasants, have managed to arrest a total of 46 mercenaries and six others remain to be captured.

According to the confessions made by the captured mercenaries, six other paramilitaries are still to be captured who are involved in the seditious action that sought to kidnap/kill the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, along with other officials of the Venezuelan State, to take them to the United States. and thus take political control and hand Venezuela over to Donald Trump’s regime, who is behind the mercenary contractor firm SilverCorp USA Inc., the same one that trained the invaders in Colombian territory, with the complicity of Iván Duque’s regime.

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These are the names of the terrorists that remain to be arrested:

  1. Jean Carlos José Castro Gutiérrez -Identity Card (CI):
    17.075.290
  2. Edgar Alexander Torres Valera – 16.329.347
  3. Juan Luis Guitérrez Aranguren – 18.136.743
  4. Rawuy José Rosales Farias – 21.428.189
  5. Rafael Enrique Castro Sandoval – 17.983.904
  6. Juan Fredd Jesús Acosta Ysea – 26.084.096

List of mercenaries already captured:

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  1. Leandro Leomar Chirinos Parra – 25.666.264
  2. Rafael David Rosendo Rivero – 18.735.829
  3. José Antonio Moreno Peñaloza – 20.617.720
  4. Estewin Andrés Rojas Tapia – 27.394.584
  5. Ángel Orlando Perdomo Hurtado – 20.878.942
  6. José Anthony Reyes – 20.931.465
  7. Miguel Ángel Plaza Médez – 24.790 887
  8. Jonathan Rafael Franco Quiñónez -26.043.808
  9. Jacson Leiner Taquiva Becerra – 20.520.031
  10. Ricardo David Fonseca Mosquera – 18.999.444
  11. César Junior Altamar Sarmiento – 15.205.196
  12. Jesús Alberto Colmenares Gallardo – 19.814.629
  13. José Manuel Mendoza González – 23.514.207
  14. José Ángel Barrero Cordones – 25.605.966
  15. José Rafael Blanco Volcán – 18.069.467
  16. Samaira del Valle Romero Wardrobe – 26.450.785
  17. Oscar Leonardo Aguillón Garcés – 25.167.912
  18. Douglas Javier Contreras Arellano – 11.216.808
  19. José Armando Alvarado Flores – 24.653.061
  20. Wilmer Eduardo Salinas Sánchez – 18.474.090
  21. Luis Manuel Paiva Soto – 20.891.775
  22. Cosmel Rafael Alcalá Acosta – 21.391.868
  23. Victor Alejandro Pimienta Salazar – 17.075.290
  24. Antonio José Sequea Torres – 14.961.993
  25. Fernando Andrés Noya Contramaestre – 20.365.285
  26. Rosmel Edecio Méndez Morales – 21.387.707
  27. Martín Eduardo Álvarez García – 11.920.425
  28. José Alberto Socorro Fernández – 14.233.653
  29. Gustavo Adolfo Hernández Barranco – 15.804.165
  30. Carlos Enrique Conde Márquez – 18.192 997
  31. Ederson Roberto Rumi Mogollón – 25.338.994
  32. Raúl Eduardo Manzanilla Almao – 14.384.500
  33. Gilbert Orlando Barillas Fernández – 6.438.749
  34. Roberto Andrés Rondón Restrepo – 21.515.057
  35. Enderson Israel Ríos Marín – 20.490.168
  36. Jefferson Fernando Díaz Vásquez – 20.027.691
  37. Rodolfo Jesús Rodríguez Orellana – 18.440.186
  38. Josnars Adolfo Baduel Oyoque – 18.711.730
  39. Junior of Jesús Silva Herrera – 20.906.192
  40. Jairo Rafael Bethermytt Carrillo – 21.335.628
  41. Evan Antonio Rincón Piñeiro – 20.577.345
  42. José Ibenay Ruiz Delgado – 24.148.567
  43. Gustavo Enrique Álvarez Granadillo – 26.759.517
  44. Alexander José Chávez Mogollón – 20.456.313
  45. Luke Alexander Denman – US Passport: 63846422
  46. Airam Berry – US Passport: 459591794

Featured image: Venezuelan special operations officials raiding the Bay of Macuto after the May 3rd mercenary operation known as Operation Gideon. Courtesy El Intransigente.

Source URL: La IguanaTV

Translated by JRE/EF