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A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)

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  • 27 Feb, 2015  |
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The family of Kluivert Roa is mourning after he was shot by police during a protest. The governor of Tachira, Venezuela authorized the use of deadly force during protests and these are the results. He promised to resign if any protesters were show, so why hasn't he resigned yet?

1 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


2 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


3 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


4 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


5 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)



6 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


7 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


8 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


9 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


10 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


11 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


12 A Venezuelan Teen Was Gunned Down During A Protest Now His Family Mourns (12 pics)


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№1 Author: Rodolfo (27 Feb 2015 03:05) Total user comments: 0


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Almost everything is true, but, the kneeling child is not Kluiver's brother, they were just friends.
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№2 Author: Capish (27 Feb 2015 07:56) Total user comments: 0


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Soooo, Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq...... Venezuela next? Seems like they have no democracy, but have oil
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№3 Author: LewisJones (27 Feb 2015 09:29) Total user comments: 2062


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well, don't act in, or walk thru a protest. The cops keep it from becoming a riot. We have this shit often in US and if cops would stop being pussies we would not have things like the LA riots. :67:
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№4 Author: Nick1090 (27 Feb 2015 11:26) Total user comments: 1230


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While I'm not saying anyone should die during a protest, I don't see how anyone can "accidentally" walk into one on the way home from school. Its not like its small or quiet is it?
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№5 Author: doppleganger (27 Feb 2015 14:41) Total user comments: 117


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last I heard, the US failed another attempt of a coup against venezuela. so this, must be the sequel. sorry for the kid and his family, tho. that's a cruel thing to be used in a political agenda.
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№6 Author: Cotzy (27 Feb 2015 14:41) Total user comments: 442


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did i ever mentioned ACAB?
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№7 Author: Tomaz86 (27 Feb 2015 15:02) Total user comments: 10817


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The venezuelan lives a dictatorship and to stay in power will do all.
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№8 Author: Phynix4 (27 Feb 2015 16:28) Total user comments: 5461


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it will stop when the people MAKE IT STOP. That is the nature of this kind of thing.
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№9 Author: the observer (27 Feb 2015 17:17) Total user comments: 5


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I'm brazilian, and I'm concerned that the government of my country is silent about these protests and about the violations of human rights by the Venezuelan authorities. And things here in Brazil are not better, the protests will intensify ...
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№10 Author: adzhoe (28 Feb 2015 02:44) Total user comments: 15012


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Shameful event... hope things change for them soon.
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