The ‘Chicken’ Carvajal declined to attest against Petro in the Supreme Court

Former Venezuelan military officer was required to give details on how the Venezuelan government illegally funded leftist political parties and politicians for at least 15 years. , the former director of Venezuelan Intelligence, refused Friday’s request to speak before the Supreme Court of Justice of Colombia.

After Carvajal delivered a brief to Manuel Garcia-Castellon (National Court of Spain) and the hearing was set. Garcia-Castellon had received assurances that Carvajal that Venezuela “has illegally supported Leftist Political Movements around the world for at least 15 years.”

Carvajal at the time, pointed out not only the Podemos the left-leaning group founded under Pablo Iglesias but also other Latin American politicians or parties including Gustavo Petro.

However the diligence of April 22 revealed that the accused did it was not possible to declare the case the country of Spain or Colombia in the event of for extradition to the United States, so it’s not excluded that he could have said what he had already stated in a written document in Spanish on Petro.

He also expressed distrust for the Spanish judiciary.

Carvajal’s report mentioning the current presidential candidate of Colombia is as follows:

“While I was director of Intelligence and Military Counterintelligence of Venezuela, I received many reports suggesting that this type of international financing was occurring. Specific examples include: Nestor Kirchner, in Argentina; Evo Morales, in Bolivia; Lula Da Silva in Brazil; Fernando Lugo, in Paraguay; Ollanta Humala, in Peru; Zelaya, in Honduras; Gustavo Petro, in Colombia; the Five Star Movement, in Italy and Podemos in Spain. They were all classified as Venezuelan government officials.

Gustavo Petro was presented with the document and asked for clarification. gustavo petro will direct the investigation.

“The above comes from the fact that I am entitled to justice and truth as a citizen. the falsehoods of these statements could jeopardize my good name and my respect,” Petro said at the time.

Hugo Carvajal, who are you? What were your outrageous declarations to the world?

Eight years ago, the “chicken” Carvajal headed the Military Counterintelligence Directorate of Venezuela. This was in the eight year span of Hugo Chavez’s administration and Nicolas Maduro’s.

His name became more prominent following his inclusion on the popular Clinton List for his alleged involvement in drug trafficking through the FARC. An arrest warrant has been issued for him by a Florida judge since May 2013. He also became a major part of the government of Nicolas Maduro. He was aware of all the details and moves of Nicolas Maduro, the Venezuelan President.

The DEA and US Department of Justice charged him with facilitating cocaine trafficking within his country.

According to Spanish news reports, El Pollo relates that a Venezuelan embassie gathered cash from the Cuban Embassy in Caracas. The embassie then traveled to Spain to get the Podemos party brief.

It seems that the scheme was replicated with a variety of government officials across Spain and Latin America, as well as with left-leaning candidates. is waiting to know what’s known about its fan. His statements could undoubtedly affect Petro’s presidential campaign.