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(CNN Spanish) - In a press conference, the Ministry of Government and the Bolivian police denounced a plan of terrorist conspiracy of political and social destabilization against some Latin American countries.
An investigation into the events that took place during the political and social crisis in Bolivia has led, according to police authorities, to discover an alleged international terrorist network.
Lieutenant Colonel Óscar Gutiérrez, director of the Special Force for the Fight Against Crime in Santa Cruz reported that those involved have a background in guerrillas and narco-guerrillas.
Facundo Morales Schoenfeld the Argentine guerrilla of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), alias “Camilo”
Police investigations determined that Molares, now admitted to a hospital in the city of Santa Cruz, was injured during the clashes last October 30 in the town of Montero, where Mario Salvatierra and Marcelo Terrazas died, who were part of the groups of citizens who blocked the streets demanding the resignation of Evo Morales. According to police investigations, both died from gunfire.
Pedro Nel Carvajalino Amaya, a Colombian based in Venezuela, producer of programs in favor of the mature regime called Zurda Konducta.
According to the police report, he is a specialist in generating media terrorism and psychological warfare through computer technologies and social networks.
Oswaldo Rivero Curvelo, of Venezuelan nationality, a specialist in promoting media terrorism, who would have spread false tweets from President Jeanine Áñez, attributing racist messages to him during the political crisis.
Rivero Curvelo would also be a couple of General Alexis Rodríguez Cabello's daughter, cousin of Diosdado Cabello, director Gutierrez reported.
Lieutenant Colonel Gutierrez also accused Carvajalino and Rivero of committing "media terrorism" and said they boasted in their social networks to be present in countries where there were social conflicts such as Bolivia.
Oscar Martín Cerna Ponce, a Peruvian national, an active member of the Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement, is also included in the police investigation. The slide presented at the press conference describes Serna Ponce as a narco guerrilla instructor in Chapare, Yapacaní, San Julián and Montero in the department of Santa Cruz.
Serna is also related to the kidnapping of Bolivian businessman Samuel Doria Medina in 1995. He would currently be in Peru.
According to the police report, Serna Ponce had the passport of Argentine Facundo Molares in his possession and maintained contact with his father.
Gutierrez said Serna Ponce had a "close relationship" with Raúl García Linera, brother of the former vice president of Bolivia, Álvaro García Linera, both with a history of terrorism.
The government minister, Arturo Murillo, accused Nicolás Maduro of, through Diosdado Cabello, using his cousin, to finance all the terror that Bolivians have experienced in recent days, the terror that Colombians, Chileans and Peruvians ”
Murilo also affirmed that “This is really a conspiracy against America, not only against Bolivia is against part of Latin America, we are asking for a meeting with our peers so that they can be given all the information and we can share it, and obviously the legal actions are being initiated against these terrorists, narcoterrorists who have entered Bolivia in order to do whatever they want ”
Diosdado Cabello addressed Carvajalino who was sitting among those attending the installation ceremony of the Communication Congress "Now people speak" on Monday in Caracas. When Diosdado was close to finishing his speech that was broadcast live on state television, he took a moment to say: “Carvajalino, you weren't in Bolivia? I saw a Twitter that had sent you to Bolivia, that you were taking terrorist groups to Bolivia. Watch it here. ”
CNN contacted the Ministry of Popular Power for Communication and Information in Venezuela seeking a response from the Maduro Government. We have not received an answer yet.