FRUSTRATED incursion, by sea, into Venezuelan territory.
In early hours of May 3, a group of mercenaries from Colombia tried to enter speedboats along the coast of La Guaira state.
Tracking by land, sea and air continues, reported the Ministry of Interior, Justice and Peace of Venezuela, Néstor Reverol.
These are the 2 trucks with AFAG machine guns installed, seized in the frustrated incursion of a group of mercenaries on the coasts of Venezuelan territory.
Macuto, La Guaira, Venezuela
Material seized from mercenaries who attempted to break into the Venezuelan coast.
High caliber weapons (10 rifles, 9mm Glock pistol, 2 AFAG machine guns), satellite phones, military uniforms, identity documents, a boat and 2 trucks.
Where does the money come from all these operations?
“One of the detainees is a (Venezuelan) drug trafficker, a DEA agent, said by himself, and demonstrated by operations he did,” Diosdado Cabello said ashamed that a Venezuelan lends himself to this.
Material seized after the frustrated incursion of a group of terrorist mercenaries off the coast of Macuto, La Guaira state, Venezuela.
In the middle of the darkness, several inhabitants tried to record what was happening in the direction of the Venezuelan coasts. In the audiovisual materials, only the sounds of the bursts of weapons are distinguished, apparently some helicopters according to the authors’ description of the materials and lights, which appear to be boats on the seashore.
Venezuelan ex-military terrorist Robert Colina Ybarra, aka “Pantera”, killed
Venezuelan ex-military terrorist Robert Colina Ybarra, aka “Pantera”, before directing the armed attack by sea in Macuto early this Sunday morning, to try to overthrow the national government, called for the disobedience of the military through a video he shared by social media.
Aka ”Pantera” was shot down by FAES’s officials and the Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB), along with eight Colombian mercenaries, while they were venturing into “Operation Negro Primero” on a beach in Macuto, in the state of La Guaira, and that was frustrated in time.
In the video recorded by Colina Ybarra, a small group of armed men and women is seen wearing an almost exact, but not original, replica of the Venezuelan militia uniform.
“My mission is to capture the elements that are illegally perpetrating power (…) I urge comrades-in-arms to join this liberating feat and reestablish peace, freedom and the constitutional thread together,” said the rebel. .
The Venezuelan ex-military man was the leader of the Gadeón operation and now he was involved in commanding this operation financed by drug trafficking.
Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino López
Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino López announced this Sunday that whoever commanded the operation to dismantle the mercenary raid in La Guaira was the head of the Strategic Operational Command, Admiral-in-Chief Remigio Ceballos. Said aggression would have been called Operation Negro Primero.
In the name of the Bolivarian National Armed Force, Padrino López rejected the attempts to violate the sovereignty of Venezuela and ratified the loyalty of the military to President Nicolás Maduro, through an official statement from Fuerte Tiuna, in Caracas.