Wednesday, May 22, 2019

A US Military Veteran and 'Aid Volunteer' Sends Death Threat to Venezuela Embassy Defenders

Source: Mint Press News

Far-right Venezuelan opposition activist Luis Medina, a former US Marine and volunteer for Juan Guaido's aid stunt, told CODEPINK embassy defenders "we are coming to get you with plenty of ammunition."

May 22nd, 2019 | By Ben Norton

Grayzone — A far-right Venezuelan opposition activist emailed a death threat to human rights activists from the peace group CODEPINK. The threat was delivered when CODEPINK was helping to protect the Venezuelan government's embassy in Washington, DC from an illegal takeover by Juan Guaidó's US-backed coup administration.

This rabid opposition activist, a staunch supporter of Donald Trump, previously served as a machine gunner for the US Marine Corps, and was in the US military reserves until this March. He also was on the Colombia-Venezuela border with violent opposition activists, working with an ostensible “aid group” run by coup leader Juan Guaidó, during a failed US-backed putsch in February.

On May 2, Luis Medina sent CODEPINK an email with the subject line, "Warning some Venezuelans may do something." In the message, the opposition fanatic identified as a "Venezuelan born US marine veteran."

"You got 48 hrs to leave the Embassy!!! If you stay in the Venezuelan embassy one more day … we are coming to get you with plenty of ammunition," Medina wrote.

"This is a credible report," he added.

Information on his publicly available LinkedIn profile and social media accounts reveal that Medina, who is 27 years old, was born in Venezuela, but left when he was 13. He has lived in the United States since, and is now a US citizen.

On his social media accounts, Medina expresses strong support for Donald Trump and publicly calls for the US government to "Bomb the maduro regime."

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