Carlos Sánchez Berzaín, a strongman for the murderous Sánchez de Lozada administration who ordered the 2003 massacre of workers in
If being a collaborator of the Central Intelligence Agency gave off any kind of odor, Carlos Sánchez Berzaín would be smelled a mile away.
His entire past shows him to be a faithful servant of the
So nobody was surprised when, on October 5, 2003, Sánchez Berzaín announced to the media that the Movement for Socialism (MAS), led at that time by current president Evo Morales, received "economic resources" from the Venezuelan government to support the social conflicts of the so-called "gas war". The massacres in September and October of 2003 left 74 dead and more than 400 wounded.
After the horrendous events, Sánchez, then minister of defense, was dubbed the "Minister of Death".
In 2005, after the re-election of Carlos Mesa, Sánchez Berzaín appeared among the leaders of a campaign in the mainstream media to demonize Evo Morales.
This past March, the Sánchez de Lozada government strongman flew to the
During the meeting, he informed his imperial friends of the most recent events in
At the same time, the autonomy referendum in
Like many former Latin American murderous politicians, Sánchez Berzaín lives in
Rocha, of course, maintains a close relationship with the local Cuban-American mafia.
The big mouths on
It’s been reported that he performed miracles getting a relative out of jail in
It was no surprise that the George W. Bush administration was quick to provide asylum for the former minister of defense.
As the news spread, Rogelio Mayta, lawyer for the leadership committee of the Bolivian accountability court trying former government officials, emphasized that the granting of asylum by the current occupant of the White House would freeze Bolivia’s request for the extradition of Sánchez Berzaín and former president Sánchez de Lozada himself.
Sánchez Berzaín received the White House’s blessing during the height of the dirty war against Latin America, enjoying the same impunity Luis Posada Carriles and his anti-Cuban mafia do, as well as various opponents of the Bolivarian government in Venezuela who have found sanctuary in Miami.
This scandalous support to one of the continent’s most well-known murderers confirms the continuing
Republished from Granma