American political prisoner in Venezuela may be granted conditional release

There may be at least some slightly better news coming for an American citizen from Utah who has been held as a political prisoner in Venezuela by President Nicolas Maduro for almost a year now. If you’re not familiar with the case of Joshua Holt, we had coverage of his story last August when he was initially arrested. Holt is a Mormon from Utah who met a Venezuelan woman online, fell in love and traveled to South America to marry her. While awaiting visas for his new bride and her two children so they could return to America, Joshua was arrested on charges that he was storing a rifle and grenades in the apartment they were sharing with her family. (He claims that the weapons were planted by the police after he refused to pay them a bribe.)
Now, after all these months in one of Maduro’s prisons with no progress

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