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Patricia Poleo

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Venezuelan Embassy

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Venezuelan Embassy

20 N Wacker Dr. Suite Nº 1925 19Th Floor

Chicago, Illinois,60606

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Editor

El Universal


Vocal Critic

Chavez


Senior Consultant

Mega


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Press Release | Red Notice Law Journal | Estlund Law

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Mr. Imery and his former partner, Ivan Carrero, were recently interviewed by Patricia Poleo, a Venezuelan journalist who was granted political asylum in the United States based on political persecution by the Venezuelan government.
Ms. Poleo has expressed her concern at the fact that politically prosecuted cases from Venezuela have created the basis for civil claims in U.S. courts, and she continues to work to expose political oppression and abuse of power. Her own case is discussed here and here.


Iran And Hezbollah Increasingly Active In Latin America-by PipeLineNews.org

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"Die Welt" quotes Venezuelan journalist Patricia Poleo who wrote that young Venezuelans of Arab ancestry and affiliated to the PSUV [Chávez' own Venezuelan Socialist Party] are being recruited under the auspices of Tarek Al-Ayssami, Venezuela's vice-Minister of the Interior, for combat training in Hezbollah camps in South-Lebanon.
Poleo writes that he and his brother Ghasan Atef Salameh Nasserdine recruited those Venezuelan Arabs whose eventual mission is to fight the United States. After concluding their training they return to Venezuela where they are subsequently being looked after by members of the "Centro Islámico de Venezuela" [Islamic Center of Venezuela] in El Paraiso. Via the holiday island of Isla Margarita the Center successfully smuggled Hezbollah Lebanese into Venezuela. A similar operation is going on in Brasil. According to Poleo, these groups and individuals "are closely affiliated with the Hezbollah Organization in Venezuela, along with Al-Qaeda Iraqis currently living in Venezuela. 3. Patricia Poleo, El Nuevo País, Spanish article translated in: Jewishinfonews, June 11, 2008; Die Welt, op. cit.


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"Die Welt" quotes Venezuelan journalist Patricia Poleo who wrote that young Venezuelans of Arab ancestry and affiliated to the PSUV [Chávez' own Venezuelan Socialist Party] are being recruited under the auspices of Tarek Al-Ayssami, Venezuela's vice-Minister of the Interior, for combat training in Hezbollah camps in South-Lebanon.Poleo writes that he and his brother Ghasan Atef Salameh Nasserdine recruited those Venezuelan Arabs whose eventual mission is to fight the United States.After concluding their training they return to Venezuela where they are subsequently being looked after by members of the "Centro Islámico de Venezuela" [Islamic Center of Venezuela] in El Paraiso.Via the holiday island of Isla Margarita the Center successfully smuggled Hezbollah Lebanese into Venezuela.A similar operation is going on in Brasil.According to Poleo, these groups and individuals "are closely affiliated with the Hezbollah Organization in Venezuela, along with Al-Qaeda Iraqis currently living in Venezuela."3. Patricia Poleo, El Nuevo País, Spanish article translated in: Jewishinfonews, June 11, 2008; Die Welt, op. cit.


Miami - News - The Fugitive - miaminewtimes.com

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Patricia Poleo, a Venezuelan journalist and political activist, is accused of murder.She's in exile in Miami.A spook in every attic: The government's sole witness against Poleo was a convicted con artist with a fake degree in psychiatry from Johns Hopkins University.He claimed she cooperated with the usual suspects of Latin American political conspiracies - the CIA, the FBI, and Cuban exiles in MiamiSubject(s): Hugo Chávez, Venezuela, Patricia Poleo Patricia Poleo was asleep by then.A colleague's page awoke her."It seems a car exploded on Los Chaguaramos," she later recalled the message reading.Poleo went back to bed. One year later, she was charged with planning Anderson's assassination. Patricia Poleo is a journalist.The same holds true in the case of Danilo Anderson and Patricia Poleo. Poleo openly expresses her opinion that violence "lamentably" might be the only way to rid her homeland of Chávez.The 41-year-old Poleo is pretty in the sharp-edged manner of TV news anchors and female politicians.She dresses in accessorized business chic, her chin-length hair blow-dried into neat layers, and she exudes a brassy intelligence. During her voluntary Miami exile , which has lasted more than a year , Poleo has worked as a consultant and producer for a political talk show, Polos Opuestos, on local Spanish-language channel Mega TV.She frequently appears as an analyst on all things Venezuelan, and was particularly active leading up to Hugo Chávez's December 3 re-election. She occupies a tiny desk area in Mega's Coconut Grove newsroom, a gray and fluorescent-lit honeycomb of cubicle dividers.


Miami - News - The Fugitive - miaminewtimes.com

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Patricia Poleo, a Venezuelan journalist and political activist, is accused of murder.She's in exile in Miami.Patricia PoleoA spook in every attic: The government's sole witness against Poleo was a convicted con artist with a fake degree in psychiatry from Johns Hopkins University.He claimed she cooperated with the usual suspects of Latin American political conspiracies - the CIA, the FBI, and Cuban exiles in MiamiPatricia Poleo was asleep by then.A colleague's page awoke her."It seems a car exploded on Los Chaguaramos," she later recalled the message reading.Poleo went back to bed. One year later, she was charged with planning Anderson's assassination. Patricia Poleo is a journalist.The same holds true in the case of Danilo Anderson and Patricia Poleo. Poleo openly expresses her opinion that violence "lamentably" might be the only way to rid her homeland of Chávez.The 41-year-old Poleo is pretty in the sharp-edged manner of TV news anchors and female politicians.She dresses in accessorized business chic, her chin-length hair blow-dried into neat layers, and she exudes a brassy intelligence. During her voluntary Miami exile , which has lasted more than a year , Poleo has worked as a consultant and producer for a political talk show, Polos Opuestos, on local Spanish-language channel Mega TV.She frequently appears as an analyst on all things Venezuelan, and was particularly active leading up to Hugo Chávez's December 3 re-election. She occupies a tiny desk area in Mega's Coconut Grove newsroom, a gray and fluorescent-lit honeycomb of cubicle dividers.


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