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CNW Feb 23
Replying to @ConflictsW
These men are locally known as Colectivos
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Sotiegajle Feb 23
Replying to @ConflictsW
Brainwashing propaganda on 100%... how can you say with 100% certainty that these people are from Maduro's "regime"?For what we know, they could very well be someone's secret agents disguised as those "collectives" that are mentioned in the comments. Shooting people randomly? hah
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CNW Feb 23
Replying to @Mile_Panicus
I haven’t said that they are 100% from Maduro. I haven’t even mentioned Maduro
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Sotiegajle Feb 23
Replying to @ConflictsW
Not you, but in the comments, sorry if I wasnt clear :) As I already said in one of my previous tweets, you are a great news source, but I have to admit it kinda looks biased.
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CNW Feb 23
Replying to @Mile_Panicus
I’m trying to do my best, there’s not a lot from the pro-Maduro side today apart from Maduros speech
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Bill Rollinson Feb 24
Replying to @ConflictsW
An 'eye witness' said he was a Government supporter, how did she know that?
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CNW Feb 24
Replying to @Rollo54
A lot of Venezuelans I’ve spoke to from the area have said they’re Colectivos who are pro Chavista and were working alongside the GNB. The GNB didn’t stop their actions in Ureña yesterday.
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