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Bolivia's Evo Morales claims the "empire" poisoned Hugo Chávez

The Bolivian leader recalled that once he offered Chávez some coffee, but his security guards immediately made an objection. "Brother Chávez said (to his body guards): ‘no, no, no' How can you think that Evo will poison me? and then he had coffee"

Bolivian President Evo Morales attended Hugo Chávez's state funeral on Friday in Caracas (Photo: Efe)
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Saturday March 09, 2013  01:01 PM
Bolivian President Evo Morales stated on Saturday from La Paz that he was "virtually sure" that the empire (the United States) poisoned his political ally, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, who officially died on Tuesday after fighting a battle against cancer.

Morales, who traveled to Caracas to attend Chávez's state funeral this week, remarked that he was always aware of Chávez's disease although he never revealed any details.

The Bolivian leader underscored that a thorough inquiry into Chávez's death would be conducted to determine the causes, an action that has been announced by the Venezuelan authorities. 

The head of state recalled that once he offered Chávez some coffee, but his security guards immediately made an objection. "Brother Chávez said (to his body guards): ‘no, no, no' How can you think that Evo will poison me? and then he had coffee."






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