Juan Guaidó received help from Colombian paramilitary group Los Rastrojos
On February 23 to enter Venezuela through Colombia border, in the middle of a concert that was intended to be used to forcefully introduce some trucks with alleged “humanitarian” aid that discovered, hours later, it contained material for assembling guarimbas or barricades.
This was denounced by the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, Diosdado Cabello, during his program Con el Mazo Dando, by Venezolana de Television.
“This is Alberto Lobo Quintero, Nickname Brother, financial leader of Los Rastrojos. That same day he was photographed with the paramilitary Nickname Nandito, he is portrayed, this is not bullshit, he is also portrayed with Jhon Jairo Durán Contreras, Nickname Menor, number two of Los Rastrojos ”, revealed Diosdado while showing paramilitaries terrorist photos who posed next to Guaidó.
Likewise, in his Twitter account, Wilfredo Cañizares, director of the Progresar Foundation dedicated to the investigation violation of Human Rights on Colombian border area with Venezuela.
“We said it from day one: the entrance to Colombia on February 23 of Mr. Juan Guaidó was coordinated with Los Rastrojos. Here are Nickname Brother, and the second in command of this paramilitary group, Nickname El Menor, ”says Cañizares in a trill accompanied by two photos in which the leader of Popular Will is seen hugging these two criminals who surrendered recently to the Colombian authorities.
Juan Guaido ‘Venezuela Aid Live’ concert in Colombia
Guaidó entry operation to Colombia for a concert on February 23 was carried out in coordination with the Rastrojos paramilitaries, “who set up a padlock operation from Guaramito to Agua Clara, until when public officials arrived to pick it up,” explained Cañizares.
Colombian human rights defender said he had the stories of the community, where they say “how paratroopers of the Rastrojos ,forced to be locked up for 24 hours, until when Mr. Guaidó arrived in Agua Clara and was picked up by officials of the mayor’s office of Cúcuta and the government ”.
Estos son Jhon Jairo Durán Contreras alias el menor y Albeiro Lobo Quintero alias el brother, quienes se entregaron a las autoridades a raíz de la guerra interna de los Rastrojos. Con ellos el sr @jguaido coordinó su entrada a Colombia para asistir al concierto el 23 de febrero. pic.twitter.com/QEcdDZl3Cu
— WILFREDO CAÑIZARES (@wilcan91) September 12, 2019
These are Jhon Jairo Durán Contreras aka El Menor and Albeiro Lobo Quintero aka the brother, who surrendered to the authorities in the wake of internal Rastrojos war . With them mr
He coordinated his entry to Colombia to attend the concert on February 23.
More evidence of Juan Guaido ties Colombian paramilitary narcos
RT @VTVcanal8: #AsíLoDijo | Min. @NestorReverol: The photos that have been made public of Mr. Guaido, with the top leaders of the criminal gang Los Rastrojos, show his relation with the most corrupt organized crime in Colombia #PuebloSoberanoYDePaz pic.twitter.com/rUVjw0DVG6
— Nicolás Maduro (@maduro_en) September 13, 2019
The Minister of Popular Power for Internal Relations, Justice and Peace, Néstor Reverol, showed Friday photographic evidence recently obtained that links Juan Guaidó with Los Rastrojos narco-paramilitaries, who are dedicated to kidnapping, drug trafficking, smuggling and hired assassin: “This narco-military organization, called Los Rastrojos, is considered one of the most dangerous bands in Colombia. ”