May 17, 2019, 02:23
Updated May 17, 2019, 3:57 pm
The social networking video showed curator Ivan Simonovis with his wife Bonnie Pertines. The information was published on Friday by several political leaders who confirmed that the video was not recorded recently.
Simonovis, who plays the bell to his wife in terms of his freedom, is in the material.
On Thursday, rumors spread that Simonovis, considered the oldest political prisoner of the Chavista regime, fled his home, where he served a 30-year sentence in September 2014.
On the same day, officials from the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service blocked access to the commissioner's home and denied him access to his lawyer, Joel Garcia.
In his speech, President Guido Guido pointed out that Simonovic had received a pardon and was free.
There is a saying that means joy, good news, something to be known by everyone for the joy it produces: "throws the bells in motion". The release of@SimonovisIt deserves the sound of the bells! pic.twitter.com/Jf0y0KHJ1f
– Netu Perez Osuna (@NituPerez) May 17, 2019
I tell them in a responsible way that the video that is filming for Ivan Simonovich is ringing the bell is not from today, although it would be really wonderful if it was!
I make this annotation because I published it and it is not really from today!
– Sergio Contreras B :. (@SContrerasB) May 17, 2019