A photo of Venezuelan activist Maylin Silva, which was posted on the Todos por Venezuela website. Before her recent arrest at Miami International Airport, she headed the exile organization, which opposes the Venezuelan government. Silva is accused of trying to escape to Venezuela to avoid prosecution in an immigration fraud case.
A photo of Venezuelan activist Maylin Silva, which was posted on the Todos por Venezuela website. Before her recent arrest at Miami International Airport, she headed the exile organization, which opposes the Venezuelan government. Silva is accused of trying to escape to Venezuela to avoid prosecution in an immigration fraud case.
A photo of Venezuelan activist Maylin Silva, which was posted on the Todos por Venezuela website. Before her recent arrest at Miami International Airport, she headed the exile organization, which opposes the Venezuelan government. Silva is accused of trying to escape to Venezuela to avoid prosecution in an immigration fraud case.

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