It works like this, in Venezuela. You cannot express your own opinion publicly if it involves positions against the regime. If you do, you have to be ready to leave your family, your home, the ones who follow you, to lose your children’s birthdays and soccer games, and wait. You just have to wait. Without being informed about your own condition, hoping you won’t get sick or you won’t receive the adequate cures and will be left dying in your narrow jail cell with other people guilty to have the same thoughts as you. That’s the story of Leopoldo Lopez. He was the former citizen in Caracas, a brilliant past in economics, political and social studies at Harvard University, lots of awards for his transparency and support to democracy.