Thursday, May 8, 2014

Rodríguez Torres and the super-marijuana

Camps set up by students in several plazas of Caracas were raided early this morning by the National Guard and the Policía Nacional Bolivariana. Interior Minister Rodríguez Torres reported that 243 students have been arrested in the raids and that “drugs, weapons, explosives, mortars, and tear gas grenades,” had been found.

Yesterday before the raids, in an interview for Venevision, Rodríguez Torres warned that the parents of the students participating in the protest camps should be concerned because “drugs such as cripy, perico, or the super-marijuana” are being freely handed out to the students.

The Minister has said before that student protesters are being given drugs in order to overexcite them [exaltarles los ánimos.]

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