Minister of Interior and Justice: 20% of crimes are committed by policemen

June 3, 2009

After ten years in power and a tripling of homicides, nothing defines the Chavez Government’s incompetence more than the statement from the Minister of the Interior and Justice Tareck El Aissami:

“20% of crimes are committed by policemen”

Truly the Law of the Jungle.

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9 Responses to “Minister of Interior and Justice: 20% of crimes are committed by policemen”

  1. Andres F. Says:

    liz, that’s my point, they are not.

    Roberto, I guess not for now, but I suppose, if Chavez wanted, someday he could legalize this type of crime.

  2. Roberto Says:

    Coye, Andres, as we say: “No se puede tapar el sol con un dedo”

  3. HalfEmpty Says:

    I’d keep an sharp eye on your libraryians.

  4. Gringo Says:

    When you consider that bribes are probably not figured into this, the figure is even higher.

  5. liz Says:

    No Andres F… what are they hiding if they confess 20%???

  6. Andres F Says:

    The good thing is, they chose not to hide it.

  7. Roberto Says:

    About a month or a month and a half ago, I saw Wilmer Flores Trosel, Director of CIPC state on TV that the figure was 30-35%, not Tarek’s 20%.

    Who’s right?

  8. Jerry Says:

    I have heard estimates three times as high from people in various security agencies who deal with Venezuela’s finest daily.

    Ironically enough, out of the three times that I had been accosted in Venezuela, only once were the perpetrators actual street criminals (that I managed to fight off)…the other two times it was members of Polibrion and GN out for some bonus.

  9. GeronL Says:

    They must be sure to legalize all that so the stats won’t show it

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