UPDATED 7:19 AM PT — Tues. Sept. 25, 2018
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is accusing Chile, Colombia and Mexico of working with terrorists in a plot to assassinate him last month.
in a televised broadcast Monday, Maduro released video of a man he claims participated in the attack — claiming he has already confessed.
This comes after Maduro’s military parade was attacked by drones armed with explosive devices last month.
Maduro is claiming the man in question was instructed to flee to the Chilean Embassy after the attack, where he was promised to be smuggled out of the country.
“There are convincing elements, and I’m ready for an international commission to independently investigate the complicit participation of the right-wing governments of Chile, Colombia and Mexico,” stated the Venezuelan president.
However Chile, Mexico and Colombia have all denied Maduro’s allegations.
Despite this, Venezuela is calling for the international community to help with an investigation into the attack.
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