US Justice Division fees Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro & others with narco-terrorism

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The US State Division has posted a $15 million reward for data resulting in the arrest of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. After failing to unseat Maduro final 12 months, the US is now accusing him of narco-terrorism.

The State Division introduced the $15 million bounty on Thursday, together with rewards of as much as $10 million every for data on 5 Venezuelan political and navy leaders. Collectively, the officers are accused of “facilitating shipments of narcotics from Venezuela” by air and sea.