FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2008 file photo, Jose Miguel Vivanco, Americas director of Human Rights Watch, talks to reporters at the international airport in Sao Paulo. Human Rights Watch and the Venezuelan non-governmental group Foro Penal say in report released Wednesday, Jan9, 2019, that law enforcement agencies in Venezuela have tortured military personnel and their relatives.
FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2008 file photo, Jose Miguel Vivanco, Americas director of Human Rights Watch, talks to reporters at the international airport in Sao Paulo. Human Rights Watch and the Venezuelan non-governmental group Foro Penal say in report released Wednesday, Jan9, 2019, that law enforcement agencies in Venezuela have tortured military personnel and their relatives. Andre Penner AP Photo
FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2008 file photo, Jose Miguel Vivanco, Americas director of Human Rights Watch, talks to reporters at the international airport in Sao Paulo. Human Rights Watch and the Venezuelan non-governmental group Foro Penal say in report released Wednesday, Jan9, 2019, that law enforcement agencies in Venezuela have tortured military personnel and their relatives. Andre Penner AP Photo