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Neighbors of the retired General Angel Vivas Venezuelan army, entrenched with a rifle from Sunday at his home in Caracas, have erected barricades near the home of the military to keep order becomes effective capture weighing against him.
Even yesterday attacked the vehicles of dozens of effective Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin) who were stationed outside the house Vivas to force him to surrender. In the end, the agents decided to leave. However, people is alert, fearing to return at any time.
On Saturday, Vivas was accused by President Nicolas Maduro to train radical groups placed barricades in the streets as part of the opposition student protests that have shaken Venezuela nearly three weeks ago and have left 13 dead in separate incidents.
The next day Vivas reported through his Twitter account that his house was being surrounded by police who wanted to stop him and said that will not be delivered and will use its self-defense. Almost immediately began to circulate pictures where you see the military bulletproof vest and armed with a gun on top of his house.