Overnight in Venezuela, two opposition leaders, Antonio Ledezma and Leopoldo Lopez, were abducted from their homes in brazen raids by police, just two days after President Nicolas Maduro consolidated power in heavily disputed national elections.
It’s exactly the sort of state-sanctioned political suppression many feared would come to pass if Maduro no longer had any checks against him.
VICE founder Suroosh Alvi speaks to Lilian Lopez, Leopoldo Lopez’s wife.
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