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This is How the Nephews of the First Lady of Venezuela Enjoyed Themselves

In November 2015, Efraín Campos Flores and Franqui Francisco Flores de Freitas, nephews of President Nicolás Maduro's wife, Cilia Flores, were arrested in Haiti while negotiating to send a shipment of 800 kilos of cocaine to the United States of America. At September 8 and 9 hearings, the party nights that they had with two informants of the DEA were evident. We went to the brothel they visited and we told the story from our point of view.

16/10/2016 14:39:15

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Tonight the offer exceeds the demand. It is almost 12 in the morning and in Trio Gentlemen Club the show has not started. The brothel, hidden during the day among commercial stores, embassies and offices in one of the best areas of eastern Caracas, was chosen months ago by Efraín Antonio Campos Flores and Franqui Francisco Flores de Freitas, nephews of the first lady of Venezuela, Cilia Flores, to entertain two Mexican drug traffickers during their stay in Venezuela and negotiate a shipment of 800 kilos of cocaine that they would then send to the United States of America.

Tonight, the dollars and drugs do not flow through the corners of the brothel, as Cousins ??Flores showed in the pre-trial hearings for drug trafficking in the court of the Southern District of New York. The only thing in excess today are girls. "Women can only get in on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays ... So today is your lucky day. Welcome," the Trio host tells me as he descends the stairs that lead to the ground floor of Centro Letonia in Caracas. The rules are clear. No photos or videos are allowed in the establishment and no woman can get in alone. "A man should accompany you even if you go to the bathroom, lest some customer confuse you with one of the girls in dresses today and not in underwear," he warns as I face the routine of the review. The warning is not unreasonable in a place where, with the exception of the first two rules, any fantasy can be fulfilled if the price marked on the label is paid.

Saturdays are special. Upon paying the entrance fee of 2,000 bolivars - around 3 dollars at the official exchange rate or 2 dollars on the black market - customers participate in the drawing of an all-inclusive session with room, champagne and a girl; a great offer considering that the amount to enjoy the company of one of the prostitutes, for half an hour, is 44 thousand bolivars, equal to 68% of the Venezuelan minimum wage or 44 dollars on the black market. "Double if they get in as a couple," explains one of the waiters. They are responsible for giving prices and are the
girl-customer link.