Vermont Man Pleads Guilty to Hiring A Person to Kidnap and Kill an Individual in a Foreign Country and Child Pornography Charges
A Vermont man pleaded guilty today to hiring a woman in Venezuela to kidnap an adult male and make a video of the man being beaten, tortured, and suffocated to death, and to conspiracy to produce child pornography and possession of child pornography. Fiore’s digital media, seized and searched by law enforcement, revealed that he paid a woman in Venezuela $4,000 to kidnap, torture, and murder a “slave” in Venezuela. Fiore requested a video of the torture and murder, which the woman sent to him over the internet. Fiore pleaded guilty to murder-for-hire, conspiracy to kidnap or murder a person in a foreign country, conspiracy to produce child pornography, and possession of child pornography. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factorsThe woman who sent Fiore the videos, co-defendant Moraima Escarlet Vasquez Flores, is charged with conspiracy to murder and kidnap a person in a foreign country, conspiracy to produce child pornography, production of child pornography, and aiding and abetting the receipt of child pornography.justice.gov
Venezuela's bolivar, from banknote to children's toy
For the third time in 13 years, Venezuela has slashed zeroes off its inflation-battered currency, the bolivar. This time, it will shed six zeroes, for a total of 14 since 2008. With that, a million bolivars have overnight become one -- still the equivalent of about 25 US dollar cents. Venezuela's central bank announced the move last month to simplify transactions, with consumers scrambling to make payment for even the most basic goods or services. According to private sector estimates around two thirds of transactions in the country now happen in US dollars. Old banknotes now worth almost nothing have become children’s toys or lie discarded in streets around the country. The once-rich oil producer is battling its eighth year of recession and hyperinflation that reached nearly 3,000 percent in 2020 and more than 9,500 percent the year before, according to central bank figures.news.yahoo.com
Latinoamericanos viajan a Estados Unidos para recibir vacunas donde no faltan
Ante esta situación de superávit de vacunas en Estados Unidos y la negativa a esta población a usarlas, ciertos lugares ya ofrecen vacunación para turistas. Muchos latinoamericanos lo han considerado como una opción mejor que esperar por el turno correspondiente en sus países. Fue gratis y ya me dieron fecha para la segunda dosis; tengo que acercarme ahí y me la colocan”, dijo Rodríguez. En abril, el excandidato presidencial peruano Hernando de Soto tuvo que aclarar que se vacunó en Estados Unidos. Porcentualmente hablando, pocas personas pueden pagar los costos de un viaje a los Estados Unidos y los trámites para obtener la visa de turistas.thewestsidegazette.com
Miami officials say outdoor venue, sanitation stations will help keep people safe during ‘Down With the Chains’ event
City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and Commissioner Joe Carollo held a news conference Friday to announce new details regarding the Call for Freedom of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua event.
US begins to ease Venezuela sanctions allowing propane deals
The U.S. government has begun to ease the crippling sanctions imposed by the Trump administration against Venezuela by allowing companies to export propane to the troubled South American country, a step that could mitigate a shortage that has pushed people to cook on charcoal or wood grillswashingtonpost.com
Despite ally donations, few Venezuelans get COVID-19 vaccine
Some Venezuelans have gotten a shot in the arm thanks to a gift of Cuban-developed COVID-19 vaccines, bringing relief to some residents while simultaneously deepening the mystery around the country’s donation-dependent vaccination campaignwashingtonpost.com
Autoridades nicaragüenses encarcelan líderes de oposición, facilitan reelección de Daniel Ortega
Tiene demasiadas conexiones con Venezuela y con Cuba para mantenerse en el poder, y él mismo quiere mantenerse en el poder. No me sorprendería que propongan a Rosario como presidente y Daniel como vicepresidente, o alguna otra combinación en la que Rosario sea la cabeza. A final de cuentas, Ortega está yendo en la dirección de ser reconocido como un paria en la región”, dijo Breda. Además, la familia Ortega, así como la familia Chamorro, son conocidas por acaparar el poder en la historia reciente del país. (Editado por Melanie Slone y Gabriela Alejandra Olmos)The post Autoridades nicaragüenses encarcelan líderes de oposición, facilitan reelección de Daniel Ortega appeared first on Zenger News.thewestsidegazette.com
Fears over Iranian gunboats 'delivering missiles' to Venezuela
Concern is mounting over two ships from the Iranian Navy thought to be carrying a cargo of missiles and speeding across the Atlantic Ocean toward Venezuela. The ships were mid-ocean on Saturday, after reportedly departing from the port of Bandar Abbas in early May. It marks the first time that the Iranian military has sent vessels to round the Cape of Good Hope and enter the Atlantic. Satellite images show the larger of the two ships, the Makran, a forward supply vessel, carrying small, fast attnews.yahoo.com
Venezuelan and Haitian leaders call for permanent protections in light of Supreme Court ruling
Venezuelan and Haitian leaders stood together at a press conference to call for permanent protections for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders in light of a Supreme Court decision, Monday, which excluded some TPS holders from permanent residency.
Latin American economy rebounding faster than expected. Some nations will commit political suicide, anyway | Opinion
The good news about Latin America is that the region’s economy will rebound much faster than expected, mainly because of a sharp rise in U.S. and Chinese imports. The bad news is that the region’s politics will most likely ruin the recovery.news.yahoo.com
US extends deadline letting Chevron stay in Venezuela
The Biden administration on Tuesday gave Chevron Corp. and several other American companies six more months to continue operating in Venezuela. The special license exempting the companies from U.S. sanctions comes as the Biden administration reviews the U.S. policy that seek to starve President Nicolás Maduro's socialist government of badly needed oil revenue. It allows Chevron and other companies, including Halliburton and Schlumberger, until Dec. 1 to carry out essential work on oil wells that preserves its assets and employment levels in the South American nation.news.yahoo.com
Venezuelan government seizes headquarters of independent newspaper founded in 1943
The duty of journalists is to keep those who are in power in check. This continues to be difficult in Venezuela where Nicolas Maduro and his supporters harass the Venezuelan editors, writers, reporters, and photojournalists who are doing their job.
Activists explain why Colombians are still protesting
Impoverished indigenous teenagers who left their families behind to get a college education in Bogotá have joined the tax reform protests. Some of them decided to march against police brutality. Others are demanding health reform and an increase of the $285 monthly minimum wage.
Opositor venezolano Leopoldo López: hay que negociar
Leopoldo López, un activista prominente de la oposición venezolana, dijo el miércoles que la reciente oferta de negociación hecha por su movimiento al gobierno del presidente Nicolás Maduro fue motivada por la crisis humanitaria en el país y el prolongado estancamiento político.
Venezuela opposition leader calls for dialogue with Maduro
The opposition leader recognized by the U.S. and dozens of other countries as Venezuela's legitimate leader on Tuesday proposed negotiations with the government on resolving the country's crisis and a possible gradual lifting of sanctions. In offering to work with President Nicolás Maduro's administration toward a “National Salvation Agreement,” Juan Guaidó said it is necessary to seek “realistic and viable solutions” to Venezuela’s social, economic and political crisis. Guaidó said any agreement must be reached through negotiations involving the opposition, pro-government forces and the international community.news.yahoo.com
Venezuela gives US oilmen house arrest in gesture to Biden
Six American oil executives jailed in Venezuela more than three years ago on corruption charges have been granted house arrest in a gesture of goodwill toward the Biden administration as it reviews its policy toward the politically turbulent South American country.
EEUU a Venezuela: si siguen igual se aumentará la presión
Estados Unidos dijo el viernes que está trabajando con sus aliados de Latinoamérica y Europa para expandir la ayuda humanitaria y promover elecciones en Venezuela, pero advirtió que podría retomar la política de sanciones si no ve acciones concretas de cambios por parte del gobierno de Nicolás Maduro.
Diabéticos en Venezuela viven triple crisis
Venezuela se ha enfrentado a una crisis política y económica que ha llevado a muchos a refugiarse en otros países. Con todo, las enfermedades comunes, como la diabetes, siguen haciendo estragos en una población cargada de riesgos. La diabetes tipo 2 se caracteriza por la reducción en la capacidad de producir insulina, o una resistencia del cuerpo a esta. En Venezuela, la situación del país complica la lucha contra la diabetes. (Editado por Melanie Slone y LuzMarina Rojas-Carhuas)The post Diabéticos en Venezuela viven triple crisis appeared first on Zenger News.thewestsidegazette.com
Colombia: Lucha contra el crimen en Venezuela es “ficticia”
La cancillería de Colombia asegura que la "dictadura" de Venezuela "intenta mostrar una imagen ficticia de lucha contra el crimen" para así desviar la atención internacional frente a su relación "cómplice" con grupos irregulares colombianos.
Banquero suizo de élite venezolana se convierte en testigo
Copyright 2021 by WPLG Local10.com - All rights reserved. Mark Pieth, experto en lavado de dinero dijo que en los últimos años se han producido varios escándalos con bancos suizos, de modo que no hay excusa para que no conozcan la fuente de enormes sumas de dinero reunidas por sus colaboradores en Venezuela. “En ese momento me di cuenta de que la situación me venía grande”, dijo Krull, que se escabulló de comer con los hombres con el corazón acelerado. Matthias Krull pleaded guilty in Miami federal court to conspiracy to commit money laundering. If you need help with the Public File, call (954) 364-2526.
Venezolanos en Colombia denuncian maltrato en su país
Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. En Caracas, el presidente de la Asamblea Nacional, Jorge Rodríguez, rechazó el jueves en un comunicado los hechos de violencia registrados en territorio venezolano, limítrofe con Colombia, y advirtió que Venezuela no permitirá que “grupos armados delincuenciales” del vecino país atenten en contra de su país. El documento agregaba que esos hechos “son resultado del conflicto armado interno que Colombia no ha sabido responder, causando daños bilaterales”. ARAUQUITA – “Nosotros salimos porque como a una cuadra de mi casa explotaron unos artefactos. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press.
Colombian activists stand against xenophobia after mayor’s response to crime involving Venezuelans
BOGOTA, Colombia – A group of activists recently met to protest a xenophobic backlash that Venezuelans are facing in Bogotá, Colombia. The March 10 shooting in Bogotá happened after Caro and another police officer performed a traffic stop and a search. We need guarantees for Colombians.”Edmundo López, a Colombian lawyer and activist in Bogotá's Chapinero neighborhood, participated in the meeting against xenophobia. This wasn’t the first time anti-xenophobia activists were concerned about López’s statements about Venezuelans and crime in Bogotá. The U.N. refugee agency has reported Venezuelans have faced issues with xenophobia and discrimination in Colombia and Peru.
This Week in South Florida: Carlos Vecchio
PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – A game changer this week for Venezuelans in South Florida and across the county. Temporary protected status allows those who are eligible to live and work legally, without fear of deportation. This Week in South Florida host Michael Putney spoke about it last week with Carlos Vecchio, Ambassador to the United States for opposition leader Juan Guaido, widely recognized as Venezuela’s interim President. Their discussion can be seen at the top of this page.
Biden injected hope into Venezuela’s opposition, Guaidó's envoy says
MIAMI – Opposition leader Juan Guaidó's envoy to the United States, Carlos Vecchio, said Friday that President Joe Biden took a very important step when he granted Temporary Protected Status to Venezuelans. Ad“With this protection now we will be more stable, in order to help us to raise the voice in favor of Venezuela,” Vecchio said. The cost includes the $50 TPS fee, the $85 biometrics fee, and the $410 work permit fee. Postal service in Florida need to mail their applications to the USCIS, Attn: TPS Venezuela, P.O. Those using FedEx, UPS, or DHL need to mail them to USCIS, Attn: TPS Venezuela, 1820 E. Skyharbor Circle S., Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85034.
Venezuelan women work against gender inequality, femicide
Hernández, 26, remembers fondly how hundreds of green-clad women celebrated in Argentina late last year after winning their fight to legalize abortion. AdThe OAS also reported the situation of healthcare for pregnant women, was likely boosting their migration to neighboring countries. Mónica Tamarones started the independent station, which has a YouTube channel, an Instagram page, and a community on Whatsapp. “This is another silent pandemic.”More facts about femicides in Latin AmericaAbout 4,555 women were victims in 15 Latin American countries and four Caribbean countries in 2019. In Latin America, the highest rates of femicide were in Honduras, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, and Bolivia.
Enorme disco de metal cae del cielo en barrio bogotano: era pieza de un avión que despegaba
JUST IN: Part of an airplane engine flew into a warehouse in Bogota, Colombia early Thursday morning. The Airbus A300 cargo plane was taking off, heading to Venezuela, when the incident happened. It returned to the Bogota airport safely. (📷: @AlejoSilva0) pic.twitter.com/WOCgUJJ5cU
Venezuelan children pick through garbage for food, valuables
(AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)BARQUISIMETO – For some children in Venezuela, garbage is the main source of their livelihood. AdWaste has been drastically reduced during the pandemic, particularly food from homes, restaurants and wholesale markets. That was trash was coveted by garbage pickers in Barquisimeto, once a thriving agro-industrial city where food waste was notable. But for many who stayed — adults and children alike — rummaging through garbage in search of food scraps or valuable items has become an increasingly common activity. Longtime garbage pickers are finding “equal or less” usable garbage because more people are competing for it, García said.
Venezuelan opposition sends message of gratitude to Biden over TPS
BOGOTA, Colombia – Members of the Venezuelan opposition continued to send messages of gratitude on Tuesday to President Joe Biden for granting Temporary Protected Status to undocumented Venezuelans in the United States. Opposition leader Juan Guaidó released a statement in Spanish saying that the TPS reaffirms the U.S. is in favor of democracy in Venezuela and it sends a message to the international community. The protection of Venezuelan migrants in the U.S. follows a similar measure implemented by Colombia last month to receive legal status. Carlos Vecchio, Guaidó's envoy in Washington, D.C., said the Biden administration has recognized Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela. https://t.co/udhKPOJuJf — Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) March 8, 2021MORE ON TPSThe designation of Venezuela for TPS and the 180-day registration period begins on Tuesday.
Miami-Dade Democrats celebrate Venezuelans’ TPS at El Arepazo
Although it doesn’t affect her status, the attorney said there is plenty to celebrate on the first day that undocumented Venezuelans will be able to apply for Temporary Protected Status. Vegas said this will allow undocumented Venezuelans who qualify for TPS to also get a driver’s license. The party at El Arepazo follows a public virtual meeting that included Sen. Bob Menendez and Reps. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Albio Sires, Stephanie Murphy, Ted Deutch, and Darren Soto. The protection comes about a month after former President Donald Trump’s administration granted Deferred Enforced Departure for some Venezuelans. “Unilateral sanctions have generally not been effective,” Wasserman Schultz said.
Guaidó's envoy meets with Democrats behind Venezuelans’ Temporary Protected Status
Tuesday is the first of 180 days that Venezuelans in South Florida will be able to apply for the new Temporary Protected Status, which also allows applications for a work permit and travel authorization. The benefit comes about a month after former President Donald Trump’s administration granted Deferred Enforced Departure for some Venezuelans. Carlos Vecchio has been the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó’s envoy in Washington, D.C., since 2019. “Over 320,000 will be able to apply,” Menendez said about Biden’s TPS, adding Trump’s DED did not provide enough time. Ad“The goal is to be able to make sure that we don’t need TPS,” Wasserman Schultz said.
Venezuelans in South Florida breathe sigh of relief as Biden grants temporary protected status
DORAL, Fla. – President Joe Biden’s administration granted Venezuelans who are living in the United States a Temporary Protected Status, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced on Monday. Helena Poleo said this impacts a large community of migrants in South Florida who fled the crisis in Venezuela. Venezuelan migrants’ advocates said this wasn’t enough and were counting on Biden to issue the protection. In the House, Rep. Darren Soto introduced the bipartisan Venezuela TPS Act of 2021 on Jan. 4. “The Biden Administration say okey, the Venezuelans are happy and I’m going to work on other things and now about Venezuela,” Andrade said.
Tasting the Sweet Life via Venezuelan Desserts
Nuns created many traditional sweets in Venezuela during colonial times. Venezuela has many regions with different climates, and each one has a particular cuisine and a distinct set of desserts. Other Venezuelan desserts include Zulian mandocas, which combine banana’s sweetness and cheese’s salt. “We also have the green papaya sweet and the angel hair, made with a fruit similar to a watermelon,” said Marrero. Hall)The post Tasting the Sweet Life via Venezuelan Desserts appeared first on Zenger News.thewestsidegazette.com
On Latin America, Biden’s brand of diplomacy will be a major shift from Trump
When it came to Latin America, the Trump administration pursued a relatively narrow agenda, focusing on stemming illicit immigration and targeting leftist governments in Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua. President Trump visited Latin America only once while in office — a 2018 jaunt to Argentina for a Group of 20 summit — and that trip was mostly about global economic topics, not regional concerns. Another Trump favorite, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, could face pressure from the Biden administration on a different front. The Trump administration embraced the Monroe Doctrine, the 19th century assertion of U.S. dominance in the region. AdvertisementThe Biden administration is expected to continue backing law enforcement efforts to eradicate coca, cannabis and opium poppy fields in Latin America while targeting cartels.latimes.com
Venezuela says it foiled attack by boat on main port city
"Those who assume they can attack the institutional framework in Venezuela will have to assume the consequences of their action," said Cabello, adding that one of the detained claimed to be an agent of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.sun-sentinel.com
Factbox: Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world
(Reuters) - Coronavirus cases across the globe jumped on Thursday as Japan planned to set up a special virus task force and New Zealand went under lockdown. AMERICAS- New York, experiencing more coronavirus deaths and infections than any other U.S. state, is showing tentative signs of slowing the spread of the virus. - Mainland China reported a second consecutive day of no new local coronavirus cases as the countrys epicenter of the epidemic Hubei province opened its borders. - Thailand reported 111 new coronavirus infections, taking its tally to 1,045, while South Korea reported 104 new coronavirus cases, bringing its total infections to 9,241. - South African officials identified quarantine sites across the country on Wednesday, as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases rose to 709.feeds.reuters.com
Democrats say they have your number and the people to reach you to sell their candidates
If youre trying to persuade Tom Perez to vote for the Democrats and youre here in Florida, you know the first question you want to ask: Is that Tom Perez from the Dominican Republic, is he from Puerto Rico, is he from Venezuela, is he from Cuba?sun-sentinel.com
Nancy Pelosi on how mainstream message wins 2020 election, Trumps impeachment and her 49ers
PELOSI: We passed TPS in the House a while ago. I dont know why Sen. Rubio isnt picking up that ball and running with it. I dont know why (the administration) hasnt. We are in agreement with the administration that we have to oppose (the regime) and support the people of Venezuela. (In our bill), we urge the White House to urge the Russians and the Turks, for example, to be helpful because they have influence there.sun-sentinel.com
Commentary with Winston Barnes: Choices?
SOUTH FLORIDA The visit to Jamaica by the U.S. Secretary of State should be suspected by all well thinking and conscious people. Obviously the u.s. believes it has reason the invited countries will take decisions which are in the best interest of the U.S. The next question is, who benefits from the visit and hopefully a vote by Caribbean countries which would benefit the move to oust Nicolas Maduro from Venezuela? And too, will we understand this divide and conquer tactic is nothing new regardless of who sits in the White House. Voice your opinion on the Open Line with Winston Barnes daily on WAVS 1170AM or listen on-linesflcn.com
Chevron expects $10 billion to $11 billion charge in the fourth quarter; plans asset sales
U.S. oil major Chevron on Tuesday said it expects to write down the value of its assets $10 billion to $11 billion this quarter and is considering selling some natural gas projects to prepare for long-term low prices. The second-largest U.S. oil company, which plans to hold its 2020 spending program flat at $20 billion, said it may sell shale gas properties and its stake in a Canadian liquefied natural gas project. Chevron said it expected writedowns this quarter related to a deepwater Gulf of Mexico project, which needs higher oil prices to churn a profit, and shale gas in Appalachia, which has suffered from low natural gas prices. Chevron recently warned of massive cost overruns at a giant Tengiz oil project in Kazakhstan. Overall costs are projected to rise 25% to $45.2 billion, with Chevron's share of the overrun expected to be about $4 billion to $5 billion.cnbc.com
I left Venezuela fleeing from a dictator, only to find another one in America | Opinion
I will never forget standing in front of our TV in Caracas in 2007, watching in tears the last minutes that Radio Caracas Television one of the most popular TV channels in Venezuela was on air before it was shut down by Chvez. He had decided to silence them when months earlier they had exposed the high levels of corruption and the crisis in Venezuela. When a dictator doesnt like the truth being exposed, they call the media fake news and they censor it. If Trump had the power to do the same, you could bet he would shut down CNN and the New York Times.sun-sentinel.com
Rick Scott Says Adam Schiff Runs Impeachment "Like He's in Communist China or Venezuela"
The U.S. impeachment process is long, procedural, and, in many cases, pretty boring. In an interview with Fox Business last night, Scott claimed the impeachment process lacked due process and drew comparisons to "communist China or Venezuela." "It's like he acts like he's in communist China or Venezuela or someplace like that." To further illustrate that Scott's statements are misguided: Elections in China and Venezuela are pretty much elections in name only. So, no, the Trump impeachment proceedings are not like communist China or Venezuela.miaminewtimes.com
2 Venezuelans caught smuggling $5 million in gold into Lauderdale airport, feds say
The criminal complaint states that Sanchez Rojas admitted to knowing about the gold, which he had obtained from various sources throughout Venezuela. He was transporting the gold for sale, and expected to receive a fee.sun-sentinel.com
Trump Official Says the Quiet Part Loud: No TPS for Venezuelans
Time and time again, Trump and his officials have publicly flirted with the notion of designating those Venezuelans for temporary protected status (TPS), only to stop short of taking action. "I don't think this administration or the next administration would grant TPS so long as courts are saying that it's perpetual," says Abrams, who has reportedly been one of the more vocal advocates in Trump administration for giving TPS to Venezuelans. Rather, it's the way the Trump administration went about it that's under review. The Trump administration has bucked the trend, seeking to eliminate protections for more than 300,000 foreign nationals from at least seven countries. Colina took to Twitter after the failed House vote on the TPS bill.browardpalmbeach.com
Trump Official Says the Quiet Part Loud: No TPS for Venezuelans
Time and time again, Trump and his officials have publicly flirted with the notion of designating those Venezuelans for temporary protected status (TPS), only to stop short of taking action. "I don't think this administration or the next administration would grant TPS so long as courts are saying that it's perpetual," says Abrams, who has reportedly been one of the more vocal advocates in Trump administration for giving TPS to Venezuelans. Rather, it's the way the Trump administration went about it that's under review. The Trump administration has bucked the trend, seeking to eliminate protections for more than 300,000 foreign nationals from at least seven countries. Colina took to Twitter after the failed House vote on the TPS bill.miaminewtimes.com
'I don't believe there will be a deal' between US and China, says Republican senator
A U.S.-China trade deal is highly unlikely and there is "no way" Huawei will be allowed to sell into the U.S. market, a Republican Senator told CNBC Tuesday. Trump also softened his stance on Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, indicating that U.S. tech companies can go back to selling components and software to Huawei. Shares of chipmakers on both sides of the Atlantic rose sharply Monday morning on the news. Trump then told reporters in the Oval Office on Monday that trade negotiations, which had stalled in May, have "already begun," but claimed any potential deal would need to be somewhat tilted in Washington's favour. "Think about this - they're stealing technology, they negotiated a deal and then walked back - I mean how many times do you negotiate a deal, somebody walks back, and the deal ever closes?"cnbc.com
Coca-Cola suspends Venezuela production amid sugar shortage, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Coca-Cola has suspended production in Venezuela because of a sugar shortage; the CEO of Ryanair thinks airline ticket prices will dip; and more. CBS News MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner has the day's business headlines on CBSN.cbsnews.com
Passengers describe frightening escape from burning jet in Florida
More than 100 people had to evacuate a Boeing 767 at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, when the engine burst into flames just before takeoff. The plane was scheduled to fly to Venezuela. One person was seriously injured. David Begnaud reports.cbsnews.com
Caracas mayor arrested, accused of plotting coup
Caracas mayor arrested, accused of plotting coup CBS News producer Naomi Choy Smith talks about how Venezuela's opposition leaders are demanding the release of the mayor of Caracas, Antonio Ledezma. He's accused of plotting violence against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.cbsnews.com