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CARACAS, Thursday July 25, 2013 | Update
 
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Simonovis taken to the Military Hospital for health problems

His wife, María del Pilar de Simonovis, gave the news on Twitter social network

Simonovis has suffered from a severe flue and vomiting since last Friday (File photo)
ALICIA DE LA ROSA |  EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday July 25, 2013  03:01 PM
Iván Simonovis, the ex chief of the Judicial Technical Police sentenced to 30-year imprisonment in connection with the events of April 11, 2002, was taken on Thursday to Caracas Military Hospital because of health problems.

His wife, María del Pilar de Simonovis, gave the news on Twitter social network. She said that Simonovis has suffered from a severe flue and vomiting since last Friday.

"I don't know about the details of his transport to the Military Hospital," María del Pilar twitted on her account @bonysimonovis.

Ex inspector Simonovis was diagnosed with severe osteoporosis. Previous petitions to release him for humanitarian reasons have been denied.
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