The journalist Madelein García shared, through her account in the social network Twitter, a series of images and videos on the irregular situation that occurred on Monday June 19 in Altamira, Miranda state, during an opposition mobilization in which unfortunately the deceased Young Fabian Urbina, 17 years old.

In an audiovisual material released by the correspondent Telesur corroborates the moment when a Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) officer points his gun at the demonstrators, because a group of hooded youths – some armed – struck at one of The bodies of public order of the Venezuelan State.

In that video, you can appreciate in detail a protestant with a firearm in his hand, which shows that the protesters in effect were also armed at that time.

“The GNB are prohibited from using lethal weapons in public order procedures, but they do not face peaceful demonstrations, some are armed,” she said.

Once the incident in which the 17-year-old boy died and other people were injured, Minister of the Interior, Justice and Peace, Néstor Reverol, said that they were arrested law enforcement officers, who are allegedly involved in this event .

He also said that officials were placed at the order of his unit to determine individual responsibility for this case.

 

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Then in this video presented by the communicator Luigino Bracci you can see that violent opponents try to set fire to a Bolivarian National Guard that is on the floor near his bike:

 

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Source: La Iguana

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