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Venezuela’s press reports the US infiltrates journalists

Venezuela’s press reports the US infiltrates journalists

Caracas, May 10 (Prensa Latina) The US government finances journalists to infiltrate Venezuela aimed at creating opinion matrices within the population, according to an article issued on Monday by the La Iguana TV website.
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According to the source, a report to which the investigative team had access reveals that journalists are sponsored to carry out intelligence work in the places where they reside while maintaining their anonymity.

The article’s authors highlight the opportunity of financing for the training and development of the media, with the purpose of increasing information and the production of contents focused on the supposed aid that the United States should offer to bring about a change of regime.

Although the source does not provide further details, it is not the first time that a plot of this type is exposed to the public opinion, last year Venezuelan media leaked a list where some independent media and journalists financed by the White House are mentioned, which was also reaffirmed by officials of Donald Trump’s government.

Meanwhile, on Friday, Vice President Delcy Rodriguez announced that the Bolivarian government will denounce to the United Nations (UN) the media lynching implemented on social networks against Venezuela.

In a press briefing from the Miraflores Palace, she rejected the strategy used in communicational platforms to influence the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC), which maintains a preliminary examination against the Venezuelan State.

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