Guaidó may be drawn into Colombia trial linked to failed incursion to topple Maduro

Juan Guaidó Márquez, the Venezuelan lawmaker recognized by the United States and allies as the legitimate leader of his oil-rich country, may be asked to provide testimony in Colombia about last year’s botched incursion and attempt to overthrow the Maduro regime with the help of ex-U.S. special forces soldiers. A lawyer for Yacsy Alexandra Álvarez Mirabal, the Venezuelan woman with Florida ties accused of helping to organize the failed coup from neighboring Colombia, has asked the office of Colombia’s prosecutor to name as co-conspirators both Guaidó and former Venezuelan Major Gen. Cliver Alc…

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