Embassy Protection Collective Activists Face Eviction From Venezuela Embassy (updated)

Embassy Protection Collective Activists Face Eviction From Venezuela Embassy

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Updated: May 13-14, 2019

RT America on May 13, 2019

Rick Sanchez breaks the news of the departure of the pro-Maduro Embassy Protection Collective from Venezuela’s embassy in Washington, DC following a trespassing notice from authorities stating that opposition leader Guaido’s “ambassadors” have legal right to the building and ordering its occupants to evacuate. Pro-Guaido protestors chant and cheer as the US Secret Service seems poised to evict the handful of activists who remain inside.

Updated: May 13, 2019

Special report: Chaotic siege of Venezuela embassy

RT America on May 13, 2019

Rick Sanchez anchors breaking news of the standoff outside Venezuela’s embassy in the US. US Secret Service Police seemed poised to forcibly evict the handful of pro-Maduro “protectors” who chose to remain inside despite being ordered to evacuate or face criminal prosecution. But they remain defiantly locked inside as pro-Guaido demonstrators continue to jeer and threaten them. RT America’s Michele Greenstein provides live on site coverage of the chaos. Former US diplomat Jim Jatras, investigative author and journalist Max Blumenthal and RT America’s Dan Cohen join Rick Sanchez by telephone to share their insight and analysis

Updated: May 14, 2019

Few pro-Maduro activists remain at embassy

RT America on May 14, 2019

RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for News.Views.Hughes from outside the Venezuelan Embassy, where the remnant of pro-Maduro “protectors” who remain inside the building. Meanwhile, police have established a perimeter around the building and following the commotion of Monday night, pro-Guaido protestors optimistic about taking over the embassy.

Live from Venezuela embassy: Crowds want a raid

RT America on May 14, 2019

RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports live for the News with Rick Sanchez from outside the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, DC. Four pro-Maduro “protectors” remain defiantly ensconced in the building. A Secret Service Police presence and throng of pro-Guaido protestors remain on site.

FAQs On The Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective In D.C.

From the archives:

Showdown At The Venezuelan Embassy: Federal Authorities Back Down After Threatening To Evict Peace Activists Inside By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, From Inside the Venezuelan Embassy

Humanitarian Aid Blocked from Entering Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. by David Swanson + Medea Benjamin: Venezuelan Embassy’s Power Cut

A Military Psy-Ops Campaign in the Heart of Washington is Directed at U.S. Citizens by Pat Elder + Abby Martin on Failed April 30th Coup in Venezuela (Updated)

Chris Hedges: From the Bolivarian Revolution and Hugo Chavez to US sanctions and the Overt Attempt to Overthrow Venezuela

Embassy Protection Collective Activists Occupying the Venezuela Embassy in Washington, DC

Embassy Protection Collective Activists Face Eviction From Venezuela Embassy

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19 thoughts on “Embassy Protection Collective Activists Face Eviction From Venezuela Embassy (updated)

  1. Pingback: Showdown At The Venezuelan Embassy: Federal Authorities Back Down After Threatening To Evict Peace Activists Inside By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers + Activists Arrested! (updated) – Dandelion Salad

  2. I do not believe that Trump’s interest has anything whatsoever to do with oil or regime change. Almost every boneheaded thing he has done and lie he tells is to divert attention from his total lack of ability to be president and to give him talking points at the rallies he constantly puts on for the most ignorant of Americans. Whatever happened to America First and not wasting our money and the lives of our soldiers on useless foreign adventures that he campaigned on?

  3. It’s incredible to think that any state can get away with this. International law now means nothing to the Empire. I wonder what the average Joe on the streets of the USA makes of all this?

  4. If I was Maduro I would declare that Donald Trump was not the legitimate President of the United States and takeover the US Embassy in Venezuela and offer to turn it over to Code Pink. Veterans For Peace and the Answer Coalition.

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