Oscar Pérez was not a winner for the freedom, "not a" rebel pilot, much less a young opponent killed by the Venezuelan Government "as he is presented by the international press. The group that accompanied him at the time of confronting the security forces in an anti-terrorist operation was not part of any peaceful political organization; it was an instrument of a plan of violence and destabilization of Venezuelan democracy.

Oscar Pérez was a commissar of the police of investigation of Venezuela, expert in special operations and handling of explosives, that on 27 June 2017 defected from police forces, stole a helicopter from that institution and over the sky of the city of Caracas committed two perverse crimes: shot against the building of the Ministry of the Interior to a terrace where there was a group of social communicators celebrating the Journalist's Day. And immediately afterwards, he flew over the headquarters building of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) the highest court of the Republic, and threw four explosive elements (grenades) that impacted the building, inside which is a center of attention and initial education for children under 7 years of age, which provides services to families of workers of the TSJ.

From that action, this dark character was turned into a political and media symbol of the so-called "Resistance", name that assumes the political movement of insurrectional street violence in Venezuela. Also the protagonists of these opprobrious acts were assumed as a symbol of armed challenge to the Venezuelan democracy and the State of Right. Perez's spectacular action occurred at the time insurrectionary violence generated in the streets of some cities since April, was in an agonic phase. With the glorification-and legitimization of their terrorist acts-two objectives were sought politicians:

1.- Raise the morale of violent factors and promote street violence that caused the death of 121 people, more than 2 thousand injured and incalculable material damage to the country
2.- Show the Venezuelan State as a weakened entity, without public order control and without the capacity to reduce groups of opponents who challenged it by the armed route which endorses those who from the abroad ask for "intervention" for "humanitarian reasons" to the Venezuelan democracy.

On December 18 last year, a heavily armed paramilitary group led by Oscar Pérez assaulted a commando military of the National Guard of Venezuela (GNB), located about 25 minutes from the capital of the country.

In this action the terrorist group stole a lot of weapons of war to be used in acts of violence against the people of Venezuela.

In successive appearances in the international media Oscar Pérez ratified the armed path to achieve the change of Government and announced new actions in the first days of 2018, which would lead to what he described as an "eternal collapse" of the political life of the country.

Oscar Pérez was a criminal and a terrorist who attacked unarmed civilians and who he rose up in arms against the Rule of Law proclaiming himself the leader of a movement whose objective It was to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro violently.

From his first action, the Security Bodies of the Venezuelan State ordered their capture, deploying a broad operation of intelligence to find his whereabouts and bring him to justice, in the understanding that he was about a very dangerous subject, expert in the use of weapons and with extensive knowledge in police and security matter. The actions committed by this group fall within the definition of "terrorism" according to what is established in article 4 of the Organic Law against the Organized Crime and the Financing of Terrorism.

Police investigation and work intelligence agencies led at the beginning of January to the arrest of five citizens who were proved its link with the terrorist and criminal actions committed by the Oscar Pérez cell. It was proved that the group received transfers of resources from abroad to finance their activities. The clues provided by the detainees, information delivered to the State by spokespersons of the opposition and the follow-up to the media appearances of the leader of this band, they paid off in mid-January.

On January 5, in a popular neighborhood in the area of El Junquito, very near of Caracas, a residence was identified where apparently the terrorist cell led by Oscar Pérez was found, when his presence was verified, officers of the security forces tried to mediate with the group, trying to convince him to turn himself in to justice.

As it negotiated its surrender and safekeeping, the group attacked in a wicked way to the police and tried to blow up a vehicle with explosives, to leaving as a result two police officers killed and eight officials seriously injured.

In that moment begins a communication operation, Oscar Pérez issues a series of messages via social networks in which he manipulates the events and points out that he wants to surrender himself but he is prevented from doing so, then a clash with the police bodies in which were gunned down seven members of the criminal gang, including citizen Oscar Pérez.

In the town of El Junquito not occurred no massacre, nor any extrajudicial execution as they have falsely uninformed agencies of News and international media. In the context of an anti-terrorist operation, there was an armed confrontation with a group of criminals who managed to cause casualties in the Police forces.

The Minister of Interior, justice and peace of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela operating results reported to the press. From the information provided it is evidence of the following facts:
The criminal gang was led by Oscar Pérez was strongly equipped with armament of high caliber, part of which was stolen in the RAID at the put the GNB last December.

There were found evidence showing that the Group prepared an attack that would detonate a vehicle outside the headquarters of an Embassy in the capital, or somewhere with mass influx. Police investigations suggest that the Group intended to commit this Act of terrorism against the diplomatic headquarters of the Republic of Cuba in Caracas, the action of the security agencies of the State prevented that this group could run this and other terrorist acts.

There was collected evidence of connections, contacts political and logistic which facilitated the work of Oscar Pérez and his terrorist band as well as financing from abroad. The security agencies and the Prosecution Office continue the investigation of the case.


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