US denies sending American accused of spying in Venezuela

US denies sending American accused of spying in VenezuelaA senior U.S. official on Wednesday rejected claims that the government sent an American citizen to Venezuela where he’s been charged with plotting terrorist attacks and labeled a spy. Venezuelan authorities say they captured a man identified as Matthew John Heath with a trove of photos, specialized weapons and cash. “The U.S. government did not send Mr. Heath to Venezuela,” Abrams said.

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