Google dismantles assassination accusation

Google dismantles assassination accusation

July 4, 2014

The American company Google certified before a federal court in the United States that the emails that allegedly reveal a plan to kill Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro never left its servers and were falsified.

At the request of one of the defendants, the Google company has certified in a federal court in the United States that such emails never left its servers and that, consequently, they were falsified.

The name of Pedro Mario Burelli, a former external advisor to the state-owned Petróleos de Venezuela, resident in the United States for more than a decade, was among the half-dozen opponents pointed out by Mayor Rodríguez for exchanging correspondence to plan acts of violence in Venezuela.

via Disassemble Google accusation of Maduro – Newspaper am.

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