Thursday, May 13, 2004

More Paranoia

Paranoid minds think alike:

CARACAS - (AP) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez on Wednesday accused a senior U.S. military commander of knowing about a purported conspiracy to send Colombian paramilitary fighters to overthrow his government.

Although he acknowledged he didn't ''have proof at this moment,'' Chávez said he was ''completely sure'' that U.S. Army Gen. James Hill, the commander of U.S. military operations in Latin America, ''knew about the plan that was being prepared against Venezuela.'' Chávez stopped short of accusing Hill of involvement.


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