The US recently charged Nicolas Maduro and 14 other top Venezuelan officials with narco-terrorism, says Russ Dallen, President & Editor in Chief at The Latin American Herald Tribune on Secure Freedom Radio.

“Nicolas Maduro, who is the head of the regime in Venezuela, is not recognized by the US, which is why they have not been charged by the State Department as state sponsors of terrorism. If we did recognize them as the legitimate government in Venezuela they would have been charged with that as well. Maduro and 14 of his cronies, including 2 members of the FARC from Columbia, were charged in a wide-ranging series of indictments that were filed all over, including New York, Miami, Washington, etc., with drug trafficking, money laundering and seeking to flood the US with drugs and cocaine as a weapon.”