In Caracas, widespread street protests this week have left three dead, dozens injured, and President Nicolas Maduro's Chavista government looking for scapegoats. (Other than the nation's skyrocketing inflation, collapsing currency and stratospheric crime rate, of course.)
via YouTube Police cars burn near a prosecutor's office in Caracas on Wednesday.
Maduro has now issued an arrest warrant for the Harvard-educated opposition leader behind the protests and has blamed exiles abroad for plotting a coup, including the booming exilio capitals of Weston and Doral. Maduro specifically warned his supporters that there are "plans coming out of Miami to fill Venezuela with blood."More »