(Original post by Good bloke)
You have singularly failed to provide evidence of law-breaking.
Actually you could be right here I may have been wrong. It does seem that one point Guaidó was apparently arrested by security forces. But there may be more to that than meets the eye because the Communications Ministry later released a statement that this was in fact not a government authorized arrest. So if it wasn't them, who was it? I don't think someone trying to start a coup against the government would be beyond staging an event like this to try and gain sympathy from the gullible. There is also the possibility that it was the Venezuelan security forces who arrested him then publicly denied it. But what would they stand to gain from that, abducting an opposition candidate only to release him?
I see people criticizing Maduro for not allowing the "humanitarian aid" into the country. As I worried might be the case, it turns out the USA are using these shipments to try and smuggle weapons into the country.
At a time when someone is trying to start a coup and seize power from the government, what possible legitimate reason could there be to smuggle in weapons like this? It is clearly an attempt to try and arm people to start a coup, and the Venezuelan people and their government have a right to protect themselves from that. If an unelected opposition candidate in our country just declared that they were the true leader of the country and got Russia to start smuggling weapons into the UK disguised as humanitarian aid, our government would block the shipments too.