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15 Jun 2011
The Pena-Esclusa case in two pages

Alejandro Pena-Esclusa is a Venezuelan citizen, founder of the NGO’s UnoAmerica and Solidarity Force (Fuerza Solidaria). He is a mechanical engineer with graduate studies in financial management, and security and defense. He was adviser to the National Security Council and Defense of Venezuela (CONASEDE). He is a writer and columnist. Married to Indira Ramírez for 22 years and have 3 young daughters.

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15 Jun 2011
Cardinal Urosa: “Pena-Esclusa is innocent”

Venezuelan Cardinal Jorge Urosa told known journalist Macky Arenas on Radio Venezuela that Alejandro Pena-Esclusa -who is nowadays unjustly incarcerated- is innocent and should be released.

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15 Jun 2011
Archbishop Perez-Morales to the Venezuela Attorney General

The Archbishop of Los Teques, Ovidio Pérez Morales sent a letter to the Attorney General’s Office, Luisa Ortega Diaz, in applying for humanitarian reasons, the trial that follows is from Alejandro Pena Esclusa at liberty to the defendant can receive the medical treatment they require.

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15 Jun 2011
The case of Pena-Esclusa, a political prisioner of Hugo Chavez

Alejandro Pena-Esclusa is a Venezuelan politician, two times presidential candidate whose ideology and principles ruling his struggle are expressed in his extensive written work published on his NGO website Fuerza Solidaria. He is a renowned international lecturer against the violent forms of struggling and resolving conflicts, characteristic of terrorist organizations that have scourged Latin America, for considering them cruel, unfair and inefficient means. The case of Colombia has been an issue that has occupied much of his agenda.

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15 Jun 2011
The Colmenares Report

At 11:00 o’clock in the morning of July 5, 2010, being present at the Helicoide facilities, holding an interview with citizen Mr. Francisco Antonio Chávez Abarca, upon having exchanged different points of views on the situation in connection with him, he declared to me that he did not want to leave Venezuela and that if I could avoid him being sent to Cuba, he would cooperate.

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25 May 2011
Relevant data and chronology of the case of Pena-Esclusa

The chronology of the Pena-Esclusa’s case in eleven points, written by his wife Indira R. Pena-Esclusa

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30 Sep 2010
Brief Summary of Peña Esclusa’s Case

On July 12, 2010, a uniformed commando made up of 20 men of the Servicio Bolivariano de Inteligencia Nacional (SEBIN) or Bolivarian Service of National Intelligence, burst into the home of the Venezuelan political leader Alejandro Peña Esclusa, and took him prisoner.

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24 Aug 2010
Inter-American Institute Nominates Venezuelan Freedom Fighter Alejandro Pena-Esclusa as a Distinguished Fellow

The Inter-American Institute, founded by renowned philosopher and author Olavo de Carvalho and featuring as distinguished fellows such notables as Dr. Edwin Vieira and Dr. Judith Reisman, believes it is their most crucial mission to help spread the truth about Chavez and his wrongful imprisonment of this heroic leader. And because they understand his crucial role in keeping the sputtering flame of liberty alive in Latin America, they are proud to announce their decision to nominate Mr. Esclusa-Peña for the position of Distinguished Fellow of the Institute.

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24 Jul 2010
Peña Esclusa wrote to Uribe

I have the honor to address this letter to you, in order to fully validate the accusations that your government has made regarding the connections of Mr. Hugo Chavez with the FARC.

These connections go back to May 30th, 1995, when Chavez was registered at the Foro de Sao Paulo, an organization where also the FARC and the ELN belong…

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19 Jul 2010
Jail as a mechanism to freedom

For two years I have been waiting for my imprisonment, due to the effective work I have been achieving against Mr. Chavez and his allies of the Forum Sao Paulo. In the coming days and weeks, the extent of this work will be disseminated.
Friends and acquaintances, and even fellow UnoAmerica across the continent, insisted I had to leave Venezuela and work from abroad. “From the outside you can be more helpful to the cause, because in prison you’ll be will be given up for lost” they said.