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MASBURRO : Capturan a infiltrado armado en protesta en Valencia












Este sujeto capturado en la marcha de los estudiantes en Valencia no tiene registros en la Escuela de Guardias nacionales (ESGUARNAC) pero miren lo que dice el REP, interesante no?














 












Por Yaileth Argüelles / Maracaibo / yarguelles@laverdad.com




Personas que protestaban esta mañana en la avenida Bolívar de Valencia se percataron de la actitud sospechosa de un hombre que llevaba "un bulto" en la cintura. 





Cuando lo retuvieron le encontraron un arma 9 mm y una identificación de la GNB. El sujeto quedó identificado como Fernando Quezada









Jueves, 27 Febrero 2014 12:53







Como Fernando Quezada Villamizar fue identificado el hombre que estaba infiltrado en una protesta de estudiantes que se realizaba la mañana de este jueves en Valencia, estado Carabobo.






De acuerdo a información publicada en la página web del diario El Carabobeño, la manifestación ocurría en la avenida Bolívar cuando varias personas se percataron de la actitud sospechosa del sujeto y observaron “un bulto” en la cintura de esta persona.








De inmediato fue abordado por varios ciudadanos que lograron retenerlo y una vez que lo revisaron descubrieron que tenía un arma 9 milímetros con 10 cartuchos sin percutir. 





Además encontraron entre sus pertenencias un carnet que lo identifica como sargento primero de la Guardia Nacional Bolivariana (GNB).





El diario reseña que el hombre fue amarrado y lo retuvieron hasta que lo entregaron a funcionarios del mismo componente militar y de la Policía Municipal quienes llegaron a los pocos minutos. 




Los manifestantes aprovecharon para tomarle fotos al carnet que lo acreditaría como miembro de las Fuerzas Armadas y a su cédula. Estas imágenes circulan por Twitter.






































@virtualista @RobAlonso militar infiltrado en manifestacion tijerazo valencia carabobo vestido de civil armado. pic.twitter.com/h8EimVJpws— gerardo (@Ger_Cla) febrero 27, 2014








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