On 13 May 2003, Giusti, host of the Radio Caracas Radio program Golpe a Golpe ("coup to coup"), filed a complaint with the Public Prosecutor’s Office denouncing the death threats he had been receiving. On 2 May, a group of about ten people entered the studios of Radio Caracas Radio and began shouting offensive slogans at the journalist and calling him a "murderer". The attackers sprayed graffiti on the building’s walls and Giusti’s car. Giusti called for an investigation into the incident and possible links to his reports on the presence of Colombian guerrillas in Venezuela.
- "La mayor amenaza de Chávez está dentro de su propia casa" (in Spanish). El Pais. 31 January 2010. Retrieved 31 January 2010.[dead link]
- Hernández, Ramón, and Roberto Giusti. Carlos Andrés Pérez: Memorias Proscritas. Caracas: Los Libros de El Nacional, 2006
- Roberto Giusti, El Universal, 21 October 2009, Not against Chávez: It is against all the ordeals suffered by us as something natural and unavoidable
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