Venezuela: government tries to silence information on Air France drug haul

    English

    The BBC reported it as "Police at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport have seized 1.3 tonnes of pure cocaine on board an Air France flight from Venezuela, French officials say." For Venezuela observers this is nothing new. What's surprising about it, is how Venezuela's "CSIRT" is trying to block information about those believed to be responsible. See below.

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: Eliezer Romero <eromero@suscerte.gob.ve>
    Date: Fri, Oct 4, 2013 at 12:00 PM
    Subject: Publication of National Guard discrediting
    To: webmaster@dolartoday.info, aes-noc@amazon.com, ec2-abuse@amazon.com
    Cc: Incidentes FANBCERT <incidentes.fanbcert@suscerte.gob.ve>, Carlos Suarez <csuarez@suscerte.gob.ve>, Nelwin Rodriguez <nrodriguez@suscerte.gob.ve>, "Juan C. Mellado" <jmelladofanbcert@suscerte.gob.ve>, Rodrigo Bravo <rbravo@suscerte.gob.ve>

    Dear Sirs of Dolartoday and Amazon,

    On behalf of the National Incident Management Telematics-VenCERT, whose mission is to coordinate response to incidents that occurred in telematic information systems of public administration and management bodies National Critical Infrastructure, which is expressed through the Gazette officer of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela No. 39,056 dated November 11, 2008, resolution No. 063 of the Ministry of Popular Power for Telecommunications and Information Technology, fulfill inform you that through our international partners and our service incident reports https://www.vencert.gob.ve web portal publications reported that fall to the Venezuelan state and military personnel.

    Web address: http://dolartoday.mobi/corrupcion-en-la-fuerza-armada/
     
    IP Address: 23.23.215.224
    Publication that discredits the Venezuelan state -
    PRIORITY: HIGH

    We appreciate your utmost cooperation in this news be removed and take steps to remove such information that discredits the Venezuelan state

    Deputy test file

    Contact Information: Phone (office): +58 212-578.5674 / 578.5672 / 574.5653 phone: +58 426-851.4961 / 212-716.7349 +58
    Phone for Incident Reporting: 0800-VenCERT (8362378)
    Incident Report via e-mail: incidentes@vencert.gob.ve
    Request Information by e-mail: info@vencert.gob.ve
    Postal Address: Avenida Andres Bello. BFC Bldg. Caracas. Venezuela
    Time Zone: GMT-04: 30
    Public WWW Server: https://www.vencert.gob.ve/
    ____________________________________________________________________________
    RIGHTS OF USE The present document is the property of the Superintendence of Electronic Certification Services SUSCERTE, is private and confidential and is intended solely to su (s) recipient (s) shall not be subject reproduced or partial, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, digital, recording, or otherwise, shall not be distributed without the prior written permission SUSCERTE under any concept. If you have received this email in error, you should avoid take any action described above, we also Thank notify the sender and delete the message and any attachment. Failure of the limitations identified by anyone who has access to documentation shall be punished according to law.

    --

    Ing. Eliezer Romero
    Analista GIT
    VenCERT - Sistema Nacional de Gestión de Incidentes Telemáticos
    Superintendencia de Servicios de Certificación Electrónica, SUSCERTE
    Ministerio del Poder Popular para Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación
    http://www.suscerte.gob.ve, http://www.vencert.gob.ve
    eromero@suscerte.gob.ve
    Aka: Eliezerfot123
    User linux counter: #550195


    In case it gets lost in the process, here's the article of contention in full (to the language impaired, please use Google translate):

    Generales de la Guardia Nacional responsables del envío de cocaína a Francia

    Una situación extrema de caos es la que se vive actualmente en las fuerzas armadas producto del escándalo “Air France” y la tonelada de cocaína incautada. Hay mucho nerviosismo ya que están involucrados altos oficiales ligados al gobierno y se rumorea que el propio Nicolas Maduro estaría al tanto de todos los detalles.

    Según pudimos conocer por una fuente que pidió ser no identificada, el ‘capo’ y responsable del negocio seria el General de Brigada (GN) Jose Eliecer Pinto Gutierrez.

    Pinto Gutierrez, estaría presuntamente vinculado a Hermagoras Gonzalez, uno de los jefes del cartel de la guajira y preso por legitimación de capitales y narcotrafico.

    La crisis actual se debe a que esta operación ocurrió con el pleno conocimiento del Mayor General Justo Noguera Pietri (actual comandante general de la Guardia Nacional) y en complicidad con el Gral Antonio Benavides Torres (Comandante del CORE-5) quien fue el que dio la orden al TCnel. Ernesto Mora Carvajal (Destacamento 53) de no revisar las maletas.

    Mora Carvajal habría sido detenido y conoce todos los detalles de la operación, lo que tiene nervioso a mas de uno, incluyendo a  su primo,  Hugo “El Pollo” Carvajal y al jefe de este, Alex del Nogal.

    Del Nogal es quien ‘negocia’ con los militares el transporte de la droga a París, pero el destino final era Napoles, donde el jefe de la policía (y primo de Wilmer Ruperti) estaría recibiéndola y supervisando la entrega final.

    Reprinted from DolarToday.

    Slider Image: