Former Venezuelan Chief Prosecutor Luisa Ortega shows documents that she claims prove that Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro took bribes for the Brazilian construction company Odebrect, in Bogotá, Colombia, Tuesday, April, 3, 2018. A group of exiled jurists known as the ‘Supreme Court in Exile,’ met in Colombia's capital to hear corruption allegations against Maduro, launching a largely symbolic process that could tarnish the embattled leader's reputation.
Former Venezuelan Chief Prosecutor Luisa Ortega shows documents that she claims prove that Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro took bribes for the Brazilian construction company Odebrect, in Bogotá, Colombia, Tuesday, April, 3, 2018. A group of exiled jurists known as the ‘Supreme Court in Exile,’ met in Colombia's capital to hear corruption allegations against Maduro, launching a largely symbolic process that could tarnish the embattled leader's reputation. Fernando Vergara AP
Former Venezuelan Chief Prosecutor Luisa Ortega shows documents that she claims prove that Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro took bribes for the Brazilian construction company Odebrect, in Bogotá, Colombia, Tuesday, April, 3, 2018. A group of exiled jurists known as the ‘Supreme Court in Exile,’ met in Colombia's capital to hear corruption allegations against Maduro, launching a largely symbolic process that could tarnish the embattled leader's reputation. Fernando Vergara AP

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