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Carlos the Jackal: No party in Venezuela to support the revolution

Venezuelan international terrorist Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, aka "Carlos, the Jackal", believes that his country would not resist the death of President Chávez

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Venezuelan terrorist Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, who is serving a life term in France for a triple murder in París in 1975, said on Friday that in his country "just one bullet would be enough to topple the revolution."

"Carlos", a legend of the 70's for carrying out commando operations in Europe and Africa, argued that "if someone kills Chávez, the government will be toppled because there is no party in power."

"He is alive, thanks to Fidel and Raúl (Castro) and thanks to Ramiro Valdés," Carlos said when questioned about the security of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, AFP reported.

"Just one bullet would be enough to topple the revolution in Venezuela because the country would not resist the death of Chávez," Ramírez said.


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