Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López has been held in solitary confinement for 71 days, and has not been allowed to speak to his lawyers for 81 days. The above photo shows him prior to his February 2014 arrest.
Yesterday López’s wife tweeted this,
“Leopoldo himself cried out from his cell that he’s being tortured. I demand to see him and know he’s well!”
El mismo Leopoldo desde su celda me gritó que lo están torturando ¡Exijo verlo y saber que está bien! pic.twitter.com/ocL3sjYToT
— Lilian Tintori (@liliantintori) June 25, 2017
She was not allowed to see him.
Earlier this month, the judge who upheld López’s jail sentence was shot dead during a robbery.
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Cross-posted at Fausta’s blog.
Photo by A.Davey