The Secretary of State of the United States (USA), Mike Pompeo, reported on the social network Twitter, this Monday, June 1, that Trump’s regime again put a price on the head of another Venezuelan official working for Venezuela’s independence.
According to a statement from the State Department, the US is offering a five million dollar reward for the capture of Venezuelan Joselit de la Trinidad Ramírez Camacho, president of Venezuelan Superintendency of National Cryptoactive and Related Activities, whom they accuse of being an alleged member of an organized crime group, again, without presenting any evidence.
Today the U.S. announced a reward for information to bring another Maduro regime official responsible for international transnational organized crime to justice. We will continue working with @TheJusticeDept to protect U.S. citizens and help Venezuelans restore their democracy.
— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) June 1, 2020
“Today, the United States announced a reward for information to bring to ‘justice’ another official of the Maduro regime, responsible for international transnational organized crime,” said the former CIA director.
Pompeo said he will continue to work with the US Department of Justice, allegedly “to protect American citizens and help Venezuelans restore democracy.”
Today, #HSI added Joselit de la Trinidad Ramirez Camacho, a Venezuelan official, to their #mostwanted list & as a target of @StateDept's Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program, w/ $5M reward offered for information leading to his arrest, convictionhttps://t.co/bkPTYZaHgv pic.twitter.com/6QvlSl1VBS
— ICE (@ICEgov) June 1, 2020
Donald Trump, who currently is facing a historical crisis with the George Floyd upraising and with the Covid-19 catastrophe, also offered a reward for the capture of the Venezuelan head of state, Nicolás Maduro, prior to the failed operation Gideon against the Venezuelan president. He continues with the same regime change strategy while his country falls apart
Translated and edited by JRE/EF