Families of five American oil executives held in Venezuela for 15 months say they are being held in 'deplorable conditions' and there appears no end in sight to their nightmare as Maduro tightens his grip | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Families of five American oil executives held in Venezuela for 15 months say they are being held in 'deplorable conditions' and there appears no end in sight to their nightmare as Maduro tightens his grip

Families of five American oil executives being held as part of the 'Citgo Six' say their relatives are living in overcrowded and inhumane Venezuelan jails.

Five American men, from Louisiana and Texas, have been sleeping in cramped cells and been starved since their arrest in Caracas in November 2017, their relatives claim.

The oil company they worked for is in the grip of a power struggle between Maduro and his rival for the presidency, the US-backed Juan Guaido.

A recent picture of one of the executives Tomeu Vadell, whose family live in Texas, shows dramatic weight loss and he appears extremely malnourished.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Forgive me, but IF legitimate, these held executives are a cause for concern; But the question here is, why has the US government not been in doing good faith negotiations to get them out?!? What will it take?!?

However, looking at the language here, excuse me, but this has "Wag the Dog" written all over it. (and if you have never seen it, do yourself a favor and buy it; this is PRECISELY how things get done in DC.)

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