Deported by US, arrested in Venezuela: One family’s saga highlights Biden’s migration challenge

1 of 3 | In this 2023 photo provided by Maria Elena Machado, Lt. Pedro Naranjo , appears with his father, retired Gen. Pedro Naranjo in Colombia. The son of a prominent opponent of Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro has been arrested after being deported by the U.S. in what migration experts say was a perfectly foreseeable outcome of the Biden administration’s push to discourage asylum seekers from the turbulent South American nation. Retired Gen. Pedro Naranjo, in an interview from a migration detention center in Texas, said his son—like him a helicopter pilot in Venezuela’s Air Force—played no role in the 2018 barracks conspiracy for which he spent more than three years in jail. ( Maria Elena Machado via AP) Read More 2 of 3 | This undated photo provided by Maria Elena Machado shows Lt. Pedro Naranjo in Venezuela. The son of a prominent opponent of Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro, Naranjo has been arrested after being deported by the U.S. in what migration experts say was a perfectly foreseeable outcome of the Biden administration’s push to discourage asylum seekers from the turbulent South American nation. (Maria Elena Machado via AP) Read More 3 of 3 | This undated photo provided by Maria Elena Machado shows Lt Pedro Naranjo in Venezuela. The son of a prominent opponent of Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro, Naranjo has been arrested after being deported by the U.S. in what migration experts say was a perfectly foreseeable outcome of the Biden administration’s push to discourage asylum seekers from the turbulent South American nation. (Maria Elena Machado via AP) Read More MIAMI (AP) — Pedro Naranjo idolized his father growing up and followed him into the Venezuelan air force to fly helicopters. So deep was their bond that when the older Naranjo feared being jailed for plotting against Nicolás […]

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