This Oct. 2017 photo taken by Jason Holt and released by his wife Laurie Holt, shows her posing for a photo with Wilmer Ruperti at a private jet airport in Salt Lake City, Utah. Laurie and Jason Holt say they are just grateful for the help being given by Ruperti, a wealthy Venezuelan businessman, after 16 months of confinement for their son Joshua Holt, who has been accused by government prosecutors of stockpiling weapons in a bizarre case that supporters say was a set up to retaliate against the U.S. as tensions between Washington and Caracas rise.
This Oct. 2017 photo taken by Jason Holt and released by his wife Laurie Holt, shows her posing for a photo with Wilmer Ruperti at a private jet airport in Salt Lake City, Utah. Laurie and Jason Holt say they are just grateful for the help being given by Ruperti, a wealthy Venezuelan businessman, after 16 months of confinement for their son Joshua Holt, who has been accused by government prosecutors of stockpiling weapons in a bizarre case that supporters say was a set up to retaliate against the U.S. as tensions between Washington and Caracas rise. Jason Holt via AP)
This Oct. 2017 photo taken by Jason Holt and released by his wife Laurie Holt, shows her posing for a photo with Wilmer Ruperti at a private jet airport in Salt Lake City, Utah. Laurie and Jason Holt say they are just grateful for the help being given by Ruperti, a wealthy Venezuelan businessman, after 16 months of confinement for their son Joshua Holt, who has been accused by government prosecutors of stockpiling weapons in a bizarre case that supporters say was a set up to retaliate against the U.S. as tensions between Washington and Caracas rise. Jason Holt via AP)

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November 14, 2017 04:18 PM

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