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Venezuela business leaders attacked at gunpoint

29th October 2010

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The former president of the organisation, Albis Munoz, suffered three gunshot wounds in the attack and doctors say she is in stable condition in the hospital.

Gunmen intercepted the vehicle carrying the members of Fedecamaras shortly before midnight near the chamber’s office in Caracas. The assailants forced Munoz, Fedecamaras President Noel Alvarez, and members Luis Villegas and Noel Villasmil into another car, beat them and held them for around two hours before releasing them.

Hey, live in a dictatorship, that’s what happens. This is God giving you a hint that it’s time to leave.

Mr Chavez argues his administration is doing everything it can to reduce violent crime.

And if you believe that one, he’ll tell you another one.

One Response to “Venezuela business leaders attacked at gunpoint”

  1. Cathy Sims Says:

    I’m absolutely certain that Chavez is trying to reduce violent crime – outside violent crime. I suspect he doesn’t want any competition.