Maduro's Colectivos Open Fire On Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino & Protesters Who Took Refuge Inside A Church In Catia, Venezuela

A 61-year-old woman was killed and four people were wounded by gunfire after government supporters on motorcycles swarmed an opposition polling site in a church in the neighbourhood of Catia, just northwest of Caracas, according to reports. Carlos Ocariz, an opposition spokesman, said: "There was an incident in Catia a short while ago in which paramilitaries opened fire." Local news media reported that pro-government armed groups, known as "colectivos," opened fire on the opposition supporters. The reports said that up to 500 people had taken refuge in the church during the attack, including Catholic Cardinal Jorge Urosa. In comments on Twitter, Henrique Capriles, Venezuela's opposition leader, accused President Nicolas Maduro and "his corrupt leadership" of sending "their paramilitaries" to attack Catia. Source