A Venezuelan court adjourns for the twelfth time the preliminary hearings of three Fundaredes activists

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Javier Tarazona was arrested as he was leaving the headquarters of the prosecutor’s office in Koros

a court of the Nicolas Maduro regime, For the twelfth time this Thursday, the preliminary hearing of three activists of the NGO Fundaredes has been postponed. Detained in July, Omar García, Rafael Tarazona, who was released on parole in October, and Javier Tarazona, who remains in prison.

Today the preliminary hearing of Javier Tarazona has been postponed again – already 12 times”, The president of the NGO Foro Panel, Alfredo Romero, reported in a tweet accompanying a video, in which the director of the same organization, Gonzalo Himiobe, appears with two released activists, whose first phase of the trial was also postponed .

worker, Known for condemning conflicts between the Venezuelan armed forces and FARC dissidents in the border region with Colombia, He was arrested on 2 July, when he went to the Koro Prosecutor’s Office, the capital of Falcon State, to be condemned as the victim of harassment and harassment by officers of the State Security Forces.

Agents who, according to his complaint, were harassing him are related to the police and the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin), as well as other unknown subjects., then condemned Fundaredes.

Alfredo Romero, president of the NGO Foro Panel
Alfredo Romero, president of the NGO Foro Panel

Rafael Tarazona and Omar García on October 26 He was released as a precautionary measure, requiring him to appear in court every eight days., as Romero reported at the time, while Javier Tarazona is being held at Helicoid, the Sabine detention center in Caracas.

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Himiobe explained in the video in which he appears with two liberated activists, although everything was ready for a hearing, Sabine officials did not transfer Javier Tarazona to court.

“The court was ready, the prosecutor’s office was present, even the lawyer for the alleged victim was present, but” Unfortunately, Sabine did not comply with his obligation to transfer Javier Tarazona to the courts and therefore (…) the trial could not take place “Himiob hinted.

worker He was charged by the prosecutor’s office with terrorism, inciting hatred and “treason against the fatherland”., Fundaredes and other Venezuelan organizations have repeatedly demanded the release of Tarajona, whom they defend as innocent of these charges.

Venezuelan NGOs fundrades accounted for 60 murders, 27 missing or abducted and 16 cases of armed confrontation in the month of October In six of the country’s eight border states, along with its neighbors Colombia and Brazil, the organization reported on Tuesday.

Data collected in the report”violence curve”, were collected in the states Amazonas, Apure, Bolívar, Falcon, Tachira and Zulia As for the report, according to a press release from Fundaredes sent in early November.

(with info from EFE)

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