Home / Venezuela / Remigio Ceballos instructs Lieutenant Commander Rafael Acosta Arévalo to conspirators and terrorists

Remigio Ceballos instructs Lieutenant Commander Rafael Acosta Arévalo to conspirators and terrorists



Remigio Ceballos, chief of the Strategic Operations Command of the Armed Forces under Nicolás Maduro, accused the Corvette Captain Rafael Acosta Arévalo, who had been murdered in custody of the Military Directorate for Counterintelligence (Dgcim), conspiring against the government for ten years.

Ceballos, head of Ceofanb, said during a speech in the ruling constituent assembly that "the entire FANB regrets the events surrounding the loss of the retired officer." [19659004] The official who appeared in the AC on the occasion of the 208th anniversary of Venezuela's independence stated that Acosta Arévalo had "plotted against the Venezuelan state for more than 1

0 years" and also planned "terrorist attacks".

According to Ceballos, Acosta Arévalo died on arrest "under circumstances investigated by Citizen Power In his speech, Ceballos said that" some of our brothers (military) bowed down to the so-called "Empire of the United States" and "they forgot the sacred duty to defend the land."

Nevertheless, he emphasized that the armed forces were "united and coherent."

The High Command denounced the existence of a "siege of intelligence research" on "electronic" and said that so far this year have stated "more than 70 incursions into the territory for the control of flights."

In his speech, in which he repeatedly mentioned to Simón Bolívar and the late Hugo Chávez, he denounced "The interventionist actions of the United States governments through the times" and that the government of Donald Trump violates "the human rights" of the Venezuelans.

He pointed out to the opposition leaders that it was "lac" Ayos, who falsified the content "of the constitution and that the chairman of the parliament, Juan Guaidó, is a" figure of fiction and the theater ", wants to be the "leader of the unreal state of Instagram." EFE


Source link