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Four booked for occupying Venezuelan embassy in U.S.

Devdiscourse News Desk | Washington DC | Updated: 18-05-2019 02:36 IST | Created: 18-05-2019 02:36 IST
Four booked for occupying Venezuelan embassy in U.S.
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Four protesters arrested on Thursday for occupying the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, D.C. appeared in federal court on Friday where they were charged with trespassing and interfering with the U.S. State Department's protective functions, the Justice Department said.

Kevin Bruce Zeese, 64, Margaret Ann Flowers, 57, Adrienne Pine, 49, and David Vernon Paul, 70, were all released on various conditions, and are due to appear in court again on June 12.



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