The chief of the Fabbans of PNB-Zulia arrested for invading the residence of the son of an ambassador
Seriously: officials of the Special Action Forces (Faes) of the Bolivarian National Police (GNP) violently invaded the residence of the son of an ambassador.
The events took place last Sunday night in the urbanization of La Coromoto, where Yonder Durán, son of the Venezuelan ambassador to Panama, Captain Jorge Durán Centeno, lives in an enclosed hamlet. In this residential complex of six houses, there are five other relatives of Durán.
At 9:00 pm on Sunday night, the Duran family shared a barbecue. At that time, the Commissions of Faes arrived in an inopportune way, commanded by their commander Pedro Espinoza.
"They invaded the city, did not present an arrest warrant, launched a deafening bomb," Secretary of Government Lisandro Cabello described yesterday.
The official said the violent action was perpetrated in a village "where there were seven children, two pregnant women and two old ladies."
"They all pointed out," he said. "They had weapons of war. They were identified as Fae officers by the guards they carried," he said.
He stated that lawyer Yonder Duran was subjugated and thrown to the ground. They ordered him to shut up. "In the fight, he had injuries to his hand, elbow and back," Cabello said.
"Durán was handcuffed and they had everything ready to arrest him along with three officers who protect him."
According to Cabello, because of the radiofrequency, they discovered the scandalous situation and even Coromoto approached Governor Omar Prieto, of the commander of Redi Occidente, M / G Fabio Zavarse, of the mayor of San Francisco, Dirwings Arrieta and of him.
"At my request, the Zulia prosecutor moved," said the secretary of the government, who detailed the irregularities committed on Sunday: "A body of Faes invades a premature house, they appear without a search warrant, there is no crime in flagrante crime, there is no investigation, they arrived using weapons of war and throwing deafening explosives … all this in front of children and pregnant women, "said Cabello.
He said that when asked why they entered like this, "they responded, in a folk way, that there was a policeman injured in (municipality) Santa Rita and they came to La Coromoto looking for those responsible."
The government secretary stressed that among "crimes committed" by officials "are rape at home without search warrant, misuse of weapons, excessive use of force."
At 9:00 am this Monday it was known that Pedro Espinoza was taken to the command of the GNB Detachment 111. It is expected to be brought before the courts.