Demonstrators walk through a cloud of tear gas fired by the Bolivarian National Police during clashes in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, March 12, 2014. A month of student-led demonstrations in a number of Venezuelan cities has left at least 25 people dead, according to the government. A new report by Human Rights Watch and Venezuela's PROVEA, released Monday, April 4, 2016, paints a picture of policing gone too far in Venezuela.
Demonstrators walk through a cloud of tear gas fired by the Bolivarian National Police during clashes in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, March 12, 2014. A month of student-led demonstrations in a number of Venezuelan cities has left at least 25 people dead, according to the government. A new report by Human Rights Watch and Venezuela's PROVEA, released Monday, April 4, 2016, paints a picture of policing gone too far in Venezuela. Alejandro Cegarra AP File Photo
Demonstrators walk through a cloud of tear gas fired by the Bolivarian National Police during clashes in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, March 12, 2014. A month of student-led demonstrations in a number of Venezuelan cities has left at least 25 people dead, according to the government. A new report by Human Rights Watch and Venezuela's PROVEA, released Monday, April 4, 2016, paints a picture of policing gone too far in Venezuela. Alejandro Cegarra AP File Photo

In blood-drenched Venezuela, police may be part of the problem

April 04, 2016 08:22 PM

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