Impoverished Venezuelans who protest their government are now subjected to secret midnight military trials

Every government ultimately comes for all money, all property, all freedom, and to kill all who resist.

Just 20 years ago, Venezuelans were the wealthiest people in Latin American. They had a thriving business and investment sector. Then the people voted for socialism.

Now, after dozens of Venezuelans have died in the streets while protesting their starvation and poverty, the Venezuelan government is increasingly “trying” accused “rebels” and “traitors” in secret military tribunals.

The “trials” take place in secret, often in the middle of the night. The government rarely publishes information about numbers or names of defendants, or outcomes of cases. See here.