From Handsoffvenezuela.org: "The Chavez Code" by Eva Golinger

The Chavez Code by Eva Golinger cracks the code of intervention of the United States in Venezuela. Eva Golinger is a Venezuelan-American attorney. In 2003 she began to investigate the interference of the United States in the coup d'etat of April 2002 against President Chávez and brought to light the more than 20 million dollars invested by the American government to finance anti-Chavez groups. In October 2004, she obtained top secret documents, declassified under the Freedom of Information Act, that demonstrate the U.S. government's prior knowledge of and complicity in the coup. Cuban magazine Juventud Rebelde published extracts of the book on March 6 ("The Chavez Code" by Eva Golinger) and then, on March 13 a review by Rosa Miriam Elizalde and Rogelio Polanco (Deciphering the Code of US Lies on Chavez).