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CARACAS, Wednesday August 28, 2013 | Update
 
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Maduro: "The plan was to kill me in parallel with the Syria attack"

Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela's President rejected the remarks made by opposition deputy Julio Borges about the assassination claims aired on Monday. "Borges made an irresponsible and anxious statement, saying that (the hit men) that were arrested did not even have firearms to accomplish their task. I can show him all the evidence," Maduro stated

“It is an imperial offensive,” Maduro alerted (TV screen capture)
EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday August 28, 2013  04:19 PM
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro reported on Wednesday that two Colombian individuals "hired by drug traffickers to kill the Head of State" were arrested.

In that sense, Maduro rejected the remarks made by opposition deputy Julio Borges about the assassination claims aired on Monday. "Borges made an irresponsible and anxious statement, saying that (the hit men) that were arrested did not even have firearms to accomplish their task.  I can show him all the evidence whenever he wants, so he can stop being so irresponsible. It was a plan to assassinate the head of state of his country," Maduro stressed.

The Venezuelan president also revealed that "the plan was to kill me in parallel with the attack against Syria, in order to eliminate this wonder called Venezuela; this moral and politic wonder in Latin America and the world called Venezuela. It is an imperial offensive."
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