While the United Nations Fact-Finding Mission releases a new report on gruesome human rights violations in Venezuela, the government declares war on Tren de Aragua and crack downs—Bukele style—on the mafia city of Tocorón prison.
TPS for Half a Million Venezuelans
“After reviewing the country conditions in Venezuela and consulting with interagency partners, Secretary Mayorkas determined that an 18-month TPS extension and redesignation are warranted based on Venezuela’s increased instability and lack of safety due to the enduring humanitarian, security, political, and environmental conditions. This redesignation provides temporary protection from removal, as well as employment authorization for individuals in the United States before July 31, 2023.”
“There are currently approximately 242,700 TPS beneficiaries under Venezuela’s existing TPS designation. There are an additional approximately 472,000 nationals of Venezuela who may be eligible under the redesignation of Venezuela.”
The United Nations Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela presented its fourth report on human rights violations in Venezuela. Here’s what it found.
Four Seasons Tocorón
As the Siege of Tocorón unfolds, we want to remember its pax mafiosa golden age: in 2016, Runrunes released an article showcasing the prison’s gang-run nightclubs, pools, banks, gyms, stores, baseball fields, basketball courts and even a petting zoo.
The Government Just Declared War on el Tren de Agua
The government announced today it is finally cracking down on the gangs that operate and control the notorious Tocorón prison in Aragua, holy see of Tren de Aragua: Venezuela’s first international crime gang, currently wreaking havoc in Chile, Colombia and other Latin American countries. 11,000 officers entered the crime city/bunker/resort, Bukele style, promising to end the reign of hola, soy María.
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