Mitzy Capriles de Ledezma, the wife of Caracas Mayor Antonio Ledezma, chants for the release of her husband, as she stands behind two national police officer on guard outside intelligence service police headquarters, in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015. Men in camouflage uniforms smashed into Ledezma's office on Thursday and carried the opposition figure away. An aide said some of the officers wore the uniform of the national intelligence service police.
Mitzy Capriles de Ledezma, the wife of Caracas Mayor Antonio Ledezma, chants for the release of her husband, as she stands behind two national police officer on guard outside intelligence service police headquarters, in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015. Men in camouflage uniforms smashed into Ledezma's office on Thursday and carried the opposition figure away. An aide said some of the officers wore the uniform of the national intelligence service police. Ariana Cubillos AP
Mitzy Capriles de Ledezma, the wife of Caracas Mayor Antonio Ledezma, chants for the release of her husband, as she stands behind two national police officer on guard outside intelligence service police headquarters, in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015. Men in camouflage uniforms smashed into Ledezma's office on Thursday and carried the opposition figure away. An aide said some of the officers wore the uniform of the national intelligence service police. Ariana Cubillos AP

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