A gang member in Caracas, Venezuela, shows off a pistol and bullet-proof jacket he says his associates took from the body of an assassinated policeman, in this 2015 photograph.
A gang member in Caracas, Venezuela, shows off a pistol and bullet-proof jacket he says his associates took from the body of an assassinated policeman, in this 2015 photograph. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
A gang member in Caracas, Venezuela, shows off a pistol and bullet-proof jacket he says his associates took from the body of an assassinated policeman, in this 2015 photograph. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

In Venezuela, people fear the night, and the cops are not much help, study shows

August 03, 2017 07:00 AM

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