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US Tried to Stop Printing of Polemical Leopoldo Lopez Article | News | teleSUR English

5.9.15

US Tried to Stop Printing of Polemical Leopoldo Lopez Article | News | teleSUR English: The U.S. Department of State allegedly went to great lengths to prevent the publication of a widely circulated article questioning the democratic credentials of Venezuelan opposition darling Leopoldo Lopez, an investigation by La Tabla revealed Thursday.

Lopez is currently in prison over his role in calling for opposition violence to overthrow the Venezuelan government last year. Forty-three people died in the violence and hundreds more were injured.

The article by Roberto Lovato titled “The Making of Leopoldo Lopez” ran in the July/August edition of the right-leaning and influential Foreign Policy magazine.


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