Venezuelan intelligence officers visited the offices of Ultima Noticias newspaper to gather information on Neptali Segovia, who writes the paper's crossword puzzles. One of his recent puzzles contained, among other answers, the first name of President Hugo Chavez's brother Adan, a Spanish word for to kill and a Spanish word that can mean either machine gun fire or a gust of wind. Chavez supporters say the puzzle was a threat to Adan Chavez.
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