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#SOSVenezuela: A Sunday of violent and bloody repression against peaceful pro-democracy protestors

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Cuban-controlled Venezuelan military snipers on patrol yesterday for protestors in Venezuela

The photo above is perhaps one of the tamest photographs you will see documenting the violent and bloody repression that took place in Venezuela yesterday. As tens of thousands of peaceful pro-democracy protestors took to the streets against the Cuban-imposed dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro, the Venezuelan military unleashed violence and bullets against them.

Our good friend Marc Masferrer from Uncommon Sense has a Storify compilation of the horrific images and accounts coming out of Venezuela yesterday via Twitter. Here are just a few:




See the entire compilation HERE.

1 comment to #SOSVenezuela: A Sunday of violent and bloody repression against peaceful pro-democracy protestors

  • asombra

    The international left would be in a state of orgasmic outrage if the same thing were being done by a Pinochet. Frauds.