Saturday, May 4, 2019

Peace Activists are under siege!!/ Make calls to State Department and Come to the embassy at 1 PM on May 4, 2019.

Please share this letter to the US State Department widely and call secret service at 202-406-8800 and 202-287-0001.

Dear Sirs,

At this moment, the violent mob that you have allowed to continually commit acts of violence against persons and property at the Venezuelan embassy is actively working to smash in the doors while your officers give permission to the assault and explicitly refuse to intervene.

As you know, and your officers have witnessed, members of this mob have physically attacked and made death threats to the peace activists who are inside and around the embassy. This presence inside the embassy, as you also know, is lawful, as the peace activists were invited inside the embassy by those lawfully in charge of the premises.

There has been no action that has divested them of the right to be inside the embassy or lawful process that could authorize removal.

Instead you are authorizing a vigilante group to attack the peace activists inside.

You must take action immediately to cease this assault, and ensure that there is no violence against the persons inside. They are in grave danger from the mob you have facilitated and authorized to besiege the embassy.

You are responsible for any acts of violence that will be committed against these peace activists inside the embassy.


Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, Esq.

on behalf of the Embassy Protection Collective

Partnership for Civil Justice Fund

Margaret Flowers M.D.
Twitter: @MFlowers8

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On Thursday May 2, Ariel was arrested while trying to get bread to CODEPINK volunteers and allies at the Venezuelan Embassy .This will be the fourth week protecting the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. from violent Guaido opposition supporters. On April 6, the diplomatic core of Venezuela had to leave the United States. CODEPINK volunteered to take care of the Embassy- under International Law the Embassy is theirs- so we're taking on the responsibility of caring for it when they can’t. On Tuesday, April 30 the opposition began gathering outside where they started engaging in harassment, sexist behavior, and using racial slurs. Come out at 1 PM on Saturday, May 4 in a peaceful, beautiful celebration of life and circle the embassy that has been infiltrated with hate and violence. The embassy is located at 1099 30th St. NW, WDC 20007.  Hundreds of Guaido supporters have gathered in front of the embassy. They have assaulted Ariel, Medea, and many other members of the team, and are attempting to take over the property. RSVP at

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