Guaido would have received help from a Colombian gang

A Colombian human rights NGO has reported that a known paramilitary group, involved in the drugs trade, helped Juan Guaido cross the Venezuelan-Colombian border back in February so that he could attend Richard Branson’s “Venezuela Aid Live” concert in Cucuta.

Wilfredo Cañizares, director of the Fundación Progresar published photos on Twitter of Juan Guaido posing for a photo with Jhon Jairo Durán Contreras aka ‘El Menor’ and Albeiro Lobo Quintero aka ‘El Brother’. Both of whom have since been identified by police as known associates of the Rastrojos.

It’s thought that the group transported Guaido from the border town of Guaramito to the town of Agua Clara. Police in Cucuta has confirmed that the two members have now been detained on unrelated charges of homicide, drug smuggling, and illegal possession of firearms.

Reacting to the revelations, former Colombian presidential candidate Gustavo Petro tweeted:

“For those in doubt: Duque and Guaido have allied with drug traffickers for their border activity. Mr @jguaido are you aware of who your allies were on the Colombian / Venezuelan border? Mr. Duque, are you going to link your foreign policy with drug trafficking?”

Sources: Grayzone, WRadio, teleSUR.

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