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Venezuelan court denies humanitarian measure for ex police chief

Based on "unofficial" data, conditional release for humanitarian reasons was denied to ex police commissioner Iván Simonovis, twitted his wife Bonnie Simonovis

EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday February 21, 2013  11:57 AM
An application for conditional release on behalf of former police commissioner Iván Simonovis has been denied. The defendant will be driven to Ramo Verde jail, his wife Bonnie Simonovis twitted on Thursday morning.

"I am emotionally shattered. I cannot cope with so much Bolivarian hatred and bitterness," the police's wife posted on the social network.

Defense attorney Enrique Perdomo promised to officially give the news on Thursday afternoon, as soon as he is in possession of the case file.

"I have no access to the case file; I do not know of any warrant of transfer from Sebin (National Bolivarian Intelligence Service) to Ramo Verde (jail) issued by the court," he explained.

The lawyer clarified that any transfer would mean that the application for conditional release for humanitarian reasons has been dismissed and would show disregard of the serious health condition of the police commissioner.
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