FUGITIVE terrorist Venezuelan police helicopter pilot Oscar Perez appeared at an opposition political rally in Caracas on Thursday night.
Mr Perez — who attacked the Interior ministry and Supreme Court on June 27 — spoke to journalists at a Democratic Unity Roundtable (Mud) vigil for the more than 90 victims of their own violence.
He called for a general strike on next Tuesday in support Mud demands for President Nicolas Maduro’s exit.
“It’s the zero hour,” Perez said as several masked youths looked on from behind. “The true way to pay respects to those who’ve died is for this dictatorship to fall.”
He screamed: “What does Venezuela want?” Which were answered by cries of: “Freedom!”
Mr Perez has claimed to be part of an anti-government faction in the security forces — which has so far failed to materialise.