translated from Spanish: Guaidó’s adviser admits he hired and paid for attack

Caracas.- Venezuelan political strategist Juan José Rendón, head of the Strategy Committee of the opponent Juan Guaidó, admitted on Wednesday to have signed a contract with a representative of the military contractor Silvercorp, Jordan Goudreau, to which he paid $50,000, to carry out an attack that would end with the arrest of several government officials.” It was an exploration to see the possibility of capturing and bringing to justice members of the regime (of Nicolás Maduro) with indictments (accusations), arrest warrant, etc.”, acknowledged Rendón in an interview with CNN in Spanish in which he argued that Guaidó did not sign the agreement and that Goudreau ultimately did not receive “green light” for the operation. J.j.

Rendón, as he is known, said it was “a preliminary agreement that did not take effect.” To get the latest news about coronavirus, sign up by clicking on this space and we’ll send you the information instantly. A version in line with that of the detainees
Between Sunday and Monday, Venezuelan authorities intercepted two attempts at maritime intervention in the states of Aragua and La Guaira, near Caracas, in which eight people were killed and another 18 were arrested.Among those arrested are two US citizens, Airan Berry and Luke Denman, both ex-military and who had a Silvercorp ID, according to evidence disseminated by the Venezuelan government. Denman said he had orders to take control of the airport near Caracas, to send Maduro to the U.S., where he is wanted for various drug-related crimes. You may also be interested in:Maduro, about Guaidó: The courts will determine whether it should be capturedIn an interrogation whose video was disseminated by Venezuelan President Denman explained that his part of the plan, described by the Venezuelan government as a thwarted invasion, consisted of establishing a “own security”, communicating with the airport towers that serves Caracas and “getting the planes in.”” One (of those planes) was to take Maduro and take him to the United States,” he added. The agreement was broad but precise
In his interview with CNN in Spanish, J.J. Rendón explained that so far only seven of the eight pages of the signed agreement have been shown, which had “42 pages of annex”. They explained “the exploratory purpose of that agreement that was not executed, perfected. Understand, no progress was made in any of the preambles to make it effective,” abounded strata, who has developed much of his political career in Colombia.According to his version, they were “tasked with analyzing all possible scenarios for the cessation of usurpation” that they consider Maduro to make the Venezuelan Presidency. So they addressed the issue with Goudreau but it wasn’t “it was a public thing, it wasn’t to be talking in the media, it stays discreet.” You may also be interested: Government broadcasts audio that links Guaidó with frustrated incursionS In that context in which “many meetings took place at that time to determine feasibility in all aspects: legal, military, economic, financial, international, diplomatic, possible action to capture people with indictments”, apostilled J.J. Rendón.Response by not controlling a police force. 
“President Guaidó’s legitimate government does not control a police force in the country, which analyzed all scenarios, alliances with other countries, actions of their own, of people inside who are unaware (to Maduro) and folds into the Constitution, the use of possible actors who were outside (or) retired military,” he said.
And he stressed: As the president (Guaidó) rightly said, we are looking at things above the table and below the table.

However, he stated that, despite the signing of the contract and payment, Goudreau was subsequently notified that the contract was “cancelled” but understands that the contractor assumed “that it was in force” and tries to rely “on this suicide operation”. 

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