freelance writer for right-wing conservative publications had been taken in November, among other things, for espionage.
The German Journalist Billy Six has come to after four months from a Venezuelan prison. Six had been released on Friday (local time), must report every two weeks at the judiciary, informed the Non-governmental organization Espacio Público, which defends freedom of the press, in the short message service Twitter. Also, the Association of journalists, the Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Prensa (SNTP) confirmed the release of the 32-year-old German.
The free employees for right-wing publications such as "Junge Freiheit", and "Germany-magazine" was on 17. November has been arrested. He was detained at the headquarters of the Venezuelan intelligence service in Caracas.
According to reporters without borders (RWB) has accused him of espionage, Rebellion and the violation of safety zones. The organization considers the allegations not proven and repeatedly demanded the immediate release of Six. In Venezuela, an acute state crisis, the controversial left-wing leader Nicolás Maduro and the self-appointed transitional President Juan Guaidó are currently there.