RUSS DALLEN: They’re starving – the people are starving because there’s no food, and they’re protesting because they want a change of government.
LANE: Russ Dallen is managing partner of the investment bank Caracas Capital Markets. He’s also a foe of the Maduro government. Every day, he watches money flow out of the country’s central bank as it tries to meet the basic needs of its people. But last week, something unusual happened. There were deposits.
DALLEN: There was one for $300 million on the 24; another one for $400-something million on the 25, and that’s when we knew something was strange.