Cómo opera el temido Tren de Aragua, la sangrienta megabanda de Venezuela que se ha expandedido por América Latina

  • Norberto Paredes @norbertparedes
  • BBC News Mundo

The Venezuelan authorities vigilando a presos de la cárcel de Tocorón, que presuntamente funciona como la

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Venezuelan authorities vigilando a presos de la cárcel de Tocorón, que presumamente funciona como la “sede” del Tren de Aragua, durante un torneo penitentiario de rugby.

After the eviction last June 16 of 23 houses in Cerro Chuño, a poor sector of Arica, in the extreme north of Chile, the police found weapons, drugs and a corpse buried with signs of torture of a man who was carrying a mes muerto, according to the autopsy.

The agents detained 17 people who were charged with traffic offenses and illicit drug trafficking, kidnapping, possession of firearms, among other charges.

In some countries of Latin America, these types of operations have become common in the last decades, but in Chile, one of the most secure countries on the continent, causa commoción.

“Quiero que sepan que los vamos a perseguir”, advirtió días después el presidente del país, Gabriel Boric, referring to the case.

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