Military Prosecutor goes after retired General for denouncing Cuban presence in Armed Forces

August 10, 2010

In another case that shows that the robolution has no morals or scruples, the military Prosecutor will go after retired General Antonio Rivero, accusing him defaming the Armed Forces and repeatedly revealing private or secret information about the Venezuelan Armed Forces. Both charges are punishable by prison.

Rivero, a former Chavez supporter and now victim of Chavez’ praying mantis effect, retired from the Armed Forces and immediately denounced to the General Prosecutor and the Venezuelan National Assembly the presence of Cuban in Venezuela’s Armed Forces in places and strategic areas which are beyond what is allowed.In denouncing this, Rivero said that this presence is not part of an alliance approved by the Venezuelan National Assembly and violates both the Constitution and the country’s sovereignty.

That is how much the regime controls the judicial strings of the country. Rivero’s accusations rather than cause the outrage of those that daily proclaim their defense of the country’s sovereignty, instead are turned against him by his former buddy.

The Cuban presence is considered to be a secret, a wide open one at that, in a country where even food imports are approved by Cuban , rather than Venezuelan officials. The so called revolution, which claims to defend the country’s independence from anyone, has sold out to the Cuban presence, allowing it to permeate in all aspects of civilian and military life and decision making.

Another outright lie by the fake revolution. Another miscarriage of justice by the Chavez Government. Another proof that the traitors are those in Government, including the Dictator himself.

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12 Responses to “Military Prosecutor goes after retired General for denouncing Cuban presence in Armed Forces”

  1. loroferoz Says:

    Reading this piece I can only have my beliefs reinforced that

    -No law should be made regarding speech in any manner.

    -State Secrets mean State Scams or worse.

    -Defamation should be demonstrated by first demonstrating the falsehood of accusations and then demonstrating the exact amount of damage caused.

    -Defamation and Libel should be strictly civil. Sue me!

    A_Antonio:

    “Because only Chaviztas have can be considered to have rights.”. I disagree. Having a right to X is being able to do X you do because you can, without asking for permission. Chavistas are granted privilege, which may be revoked without previous notice on a whim.

  2. A_Antonio Says:

    To ad to albionboy comment

    I always think that Venezuela should be called “Republica Chavizta de Chavez”. Because only Chaviztas have can be considered to have rights.

  3. A_Antonio Says:

    Luis Tascón died.

    I do not have more to say about that. More will be problems to this bolg.

  4. albionboy Says:

    There are no Seismologists in Venezuela anymore,
    because Chavez says when there are earthquakes or not.

    No Historians because Chavez say what is Venezuelan history.

    There are no Journalist, because Chavez says what can be news or not.

    There are no Economists, because Chavez says what the poverty rate is or not.

    No Christians, because Chavez says what it means to be a Christian.

    No Lawyers, because Chavez says what is the law.

    And finally no Venezuelans, be cause says who is a Venezuelan.

  5. HalfEmpty Says:

    LOL Ken.

    Funny, but that one has Dinosaur pee on it, I suspect it started as a Ceasar snicker.

  6. Ken Says:

    Reminds me of the old Russian joke: A man was sentenced, to 20 years in jail, for calling Stalin an idiot; he got 1 year for insulting Stalin, and 19 years for reveling a state secret.

  7. JAU Says:

    Personally I do not trust Ex Chavistas. I learned my lesson with Arias Cardenas, who somehow still has his face attached to his head

    I would not trust this guy nor Henri Falcon. I know its paranoia but Chavez could well be placing ‘his’ people inside the opposition with this kind of accusations “just do a couple of months in jail and then you will be an opposition king”.

    Think about it, Henri Falcon is one of 5 guys that people are thinking as a presidential candidate to run against Chavez in 2012. Imagine that he wins it and then continues with the Chavista project!

    No way, I cannot believe that the opposition would let that happen, I cannot believe that we do not have a worthy candidate of our own.

  8. Island Canuck Says:

    OT:

    http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20100811-708882.html

    “CARACAS (Dow Jones)–Venezuela’s crude output in July was 2.23 million barrels a day, unchanged from June’s figure, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday in its monthly Oil Market Report.

    Venezuela’s average output was 2.15 million barrels per day in 2009 and 2.36 million barrels in 2008, the agency said.

    The Isla refinery on the Caribbean island of Curacao, run by Venezuelan state-owned oil company PDVSA, remains closed and will continue to cause a bottleneck for regional oil operations, the IEA said.”

  9. Gringo Says:

    Nit the Picker
    You cannot be accused of defaming anyone if what you say is true, and you cannot be accused of revealing secret information if what you say is false.

    That’s called covering all your bases. 🙂

  10. Nit the Picker Says:

    “…accusing him defaming the Armed Forces and repeatedly revealing private or secret information about the Venezuelan Armed Forces.”

    Chavista reasoning at its best. How the hell do they think it’s reasonable to accuse someone of revealing secret information (which tacitly confirms the information revealed is true) and at the same time accuse him of defamation (which requires the information revealed to be false)?

    You cannot be accused of defaming anyone if what you say is true, and you cannot be accused of revealing secret information if what you say is false.

  11. Gerry Says:

    How do you identify an opportunistic Cuban?

    He’s the one in Venezuela.

    This government (Venezuela) needs to understand that Cuba has probably determined Venezuela’s half life and will, within the next year, make serious overtures to the Obama administration, as Venezuela is going down the tubes.

    The AN know all the Cuban infiltrations.

    Santos should understand that he is not dealing only with Venezuela.
    He could certainty reciprocate, in terms of, the need for U.S. bases against Cuban occupation, never mind narcotic trade.

    Government in one man is ridiculous!!!


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