Neighbors of the José Félix Ribas neighborhood of Petare protest against police abuse

According to the Sucre Municipal Police, residents of José Félix Ribas denounced that they have forced merchants “not to open their santamarias and to go out to protest as a measure of coercion.”

The residents of the José Félix Ribas de Petare neighborhood, Miranda state, protest on the morning of this Monday, May 8, against the police abuses in the area, after various operations by the Bolivarian National Police (PNB) and other security forces to give with the whereabouts of members of the “Wilexis” gang, which maintains control of the area.

The residents blocked the accesses to the neighborhood and the Palo Verde and Lomas del Ávila urbanizations starting at 8:00 a.m. They claimed to be “tired” of the abuses of these security forces, and asked the authorities to supervise “the violent actions” that commit.

The protesters also requested the presence of the mayor of the Sucre municipality, José Vicente Rangel Ávalos, to denounce these events, but as published by the Sucre Municipal Police in his Twitter accountneighbors “informed our intelligence agencies that they have forced merchants not to open their santamarias and to go out to protest as a measure of coercion so that the security agencies cease with the joint deployment ordered by the Ministry of the Interior, Justice and Peace.”

The Sucre Municipal Police explained that in this operation two alleged criminals were killed, six people were captured, as well as drugs and ammunition were seized, and several vehicles were recovered.

In February last yearthe neighbors of José Félix Ribas also protested against commissions of the National Guard and the PNB for the abuses that the uniformed personnel of these security forces commit against the citizenry, presumably in the collection of “vaccines” from the merchants of the sector.


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