Source: LAHT Former National Guard Captain Vassyly Kotosky Villarroel Ramirez was Previously Indicted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York for Aiding Mexican Drug Cartels. WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Treasury today designated Venezuelan national, Vassyly Kotosky Villarroel Ramirez, as a drug kingpin […]
US Latin America Policy
Source: Miami Herald By Andres Oppenheimer The U.S. State Department said this week it will reevaluate a recent report...
Source: The Daily Beast By: Josh Rogin Following a report by a leading Argentinian prosecutor, the State Department...
From Joseph’s Humire testimony to the Committee on Homeland Security: “One of the ways in which Iran has used...
Ezequiel Vázquez-Ger | The Miami Herald Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has not addressed a scheme of fictitious trade transactions between his country and Venezuela. Drug trafficking, government kickbacks, bribery and corruption in general are some of the illegal activities that have flourished during the last decade in the Venezuelan Bolivarian […]Read more ›
U.S.—Venezuelan Relations Revisited By Luis Fleischman On June 13, 2013 A week ago, during the annual general assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), Secretary of State John Kerry met with his Venezuelan counterpart, Elias Jaua, to discuss improvement of relations between the two countries. Relations between the two have been severely […]Read more ›
SEC Announces More Charges in Massive Kickback Scheme to Secure Business of Venezuelan Bank FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2013-109 Washington, D.C., June 12, 2013 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the former head of the Miami office at brokerage firm Direct Access Partners (DAP) for his role in a massive […]Read more ›
Source: Miami Herald BY ANDRES OPPENHEIMER AOPPENHEIMER@MIAMIHERALD.COM Something very unusual happened at the 34-country Organization of American States (OAS) annual foreign ministers’ meeting last week: the United States and Mexico won a diplomatic victory over authoritarian populist governments that wanted a free hand to suppress human rights monitors and critical […]Read more ›
Ros-Lehtinen and Sires Introduce Bipartisan Legislation To Stand With The People Of ALBA Nations & Hold Violators Of Human Rights Accountable
PRESS RELEASE For more information: April 25th, 2013 Alex Cruz, 305-668-5994 Cellular 202-225-8200 Ros-Lehtinen and Sires Introduce Bipartisan Legislation To Stand With The People Of ALBA Nations & Hold Violators Of Human Rights Accountable Washington, DC – Today Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), Chairman of the Middle East and North Africa Subcommittee and […]Read more ›
By Ray Walser | Heritage Foundation On April 25, Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro announced the arrest of AmericanTimothy Hallet Tracy. “The gringo who financed the violent groups,” Maduro said, “has been captured.” His justice minister claimed that Tracy was trained as a spy and was involved in an intricate plot aimed at […]Read more ›