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Venezuelan opposition leader one go I don't one Thursday said the country's intelligence agents kidnapped his chief of staff in a pre dawn raid these photos taken in the home of Roberto Marrero several rooms ransacked a doorway destroyed by an apparent forced entry , Reuters also obtained cellphone images of what appear to be members of Venezuela's intelligence agencies entering Moreira's home quite Joe who toward the battered Caracas property on Thursday has demanded Marrero's release the abduction of his top aide signaling that Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro maybe cracking down on what does challenge to his rule and putting to the test repeated U. S. warnings that the socialist dictator should not go after his opponents we really haven't done the really tough sanctions yet we can do the tough sanctions at all options are open so we may be doing that U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii %HESITATION also calling for Moreira's release adding the U. S. will quote hold accountable those involved why does who invokes the constitution to assume the interim presidency in January has called Maduro's reelection of fraud the thirty five year old is recognized as the country's leader by the US and many other western nations my daughter was largely blamed even by Venezuelans for the dramatic collapse of the nation's economy and has called quite DO a puppet of the U. S. why does press team also released a voice message recorded by Marrero moments before being abducted in which he says quote unfortunately they have come for me keep in the fight don't stop and look after the president