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Venezuela Agents Raid Bomb Suspect's Home

Federal agents raided the home Tuesday of a dissident military officer accused of the February bombings of Colombian and Spanish diplomatic missions, the state news agency said. Agents found documents that allegedly link dissident Gen. Felipe Rodriguez to the bombings, federal prosecutor Danilo Anderson was quoted as saying. Forty-five 7.62-caliber bullets — ammunition used in Venezuela’s military-issue automatic rifles — and messages calling for disobedience against President Hugo Chavez were also discovered, Anderson told Venpres. Betty Rodriguez, the dissident’s wife, said the bullets found at the residence in central Aragua state were part of her son’s private arms collection, Venpres reported. Her husband, who has denied involvement in the blasts, was not at home. Full Story

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