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CARACAS, Wednesday August 07, 2013 | Update
 
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Authorities seize documents and equipment of Capriles' fiduciary man

Óscar López's lawyer said there is no clear information about the reason why López's house was raided, but reckoned the investigation aims at assessing López's bank accounts as requested by ruling party deputies in the Venezuelan Parliament

The house was searched at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday (Handout photo)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday August 07, 2013  05:04 PM
After witnessing a raid carried out early on Wednesday by agents of the General Bureau of Military Counterintelligence of Venezuela (Dgicm) in the house of Óscar López, the director of the Miranda State Governor's Office, his lawyer, Leonardo Palacios informed the house was fully searched and authorities seized personal documents, computer and radio equipment, and old cell phones.

Palacios said there is no clear information about the reason why López's house was raided, but reckoned the investigation aims at assessing López's bank accounts as requested by ruling party deputies in the Venezuelan Parliament.
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