May 23, 2019 4:31 PM
Updated on May 23, 2019 5:20 PM
Photos published on Thursday on social networks show the state in which Jesús Medina Ezaine, a photo journalist for Dolar Today, is being held in Ramo Verde.
The images note that the room where Medina Ezaine is has no bed and has to sleep on the floor. The journalist occupies a small space with a ceramic floor behind black beams. Sunlight does not reach the place.
The reporter was arrested on August 29, 2018 by officials from the Bolivarian national intelligence service at Plaza Venezuela station of the Caracas Metro, after handling a social security demonstration.
In a letter he wrote at a detention center, Medina Ezaine complained that he was a "political abductor" of Nicolás Maduro.
Your hearing with the judicial presentation has been postponed several times.