Saturday, November 12, 2011

Rounding up the usual suspects in Wilson Ramos kidnap case

"Suspects of the kidnap of Venezuelan Washington Nationals' baseball catcher, Wilson Ramos, are escorted in Valencia, Venezuela," Nov. 12, 2011, AFP, getty. 11/13/11, BBC, "At least four Colombians are still being sought, including the suspected ringleader. ...A 60-year-old woman and a 74-year-old man were also arrested as accomplices for supplying the kidnappers with food, he said..."They told me many things they knew of my private life," he said. "They knew a lot about me. They had very good information, an informant who told them all that.""
  • May 2008 US State Dept Travel warning about Venezuela they "quickly round up suspects" but it doesn't go much further.
"In the case of high-profile killings, the authorities quickly round up suspects, but rarely produce evidence linking these individuals to the crime. Only a very small percentage of criminals are tried and convicted."...

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