Venezuela holds hundreds of political prisoners. For each of them, an entire family is suffering. Lilia Camejo and Joel García, two human rights lawyers, tell us about the hidden reality of state persecution
Tag: Military Prison
I recently made the hike to Ramo Verde military prison in a futile exercise to get a delegation of foreign officials to verify the human rights conditions of political prisoners jailed inside. We didn't get in, but we got to meet some sheep and a great recommendation for good steak in Los Teques.
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