"Today 23 of the 9 of 2019, I, Ángel González Acosta, declare that I am alive …". In this way so clarifying begins the video spread on Facebook by an emigrant who has lived in Venezuela for four decades now, and that has been officially declared deceased by the Court of First Instance and Instruction No. 2 of Los Llanos de Aridane.
His daughter, Angélica González, has explained through social networks that his father, of Spanish nationality, born in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, "with 40 years of residence" in Venezuela, has been "declared dead by Judge Concepción María Rivero Rodríguez, of the Court of First Instance and Instruction No. 2, located in Los Llanos de Aridane ", at the request of a descendant of Ángel González from his first marriage," with whom we have lost contact for some years. "
Ángel González Acosta is 86 years old. Upon being declared deceased, "you cannot process documents or collect your pension or access any rights as appropriate, greatly deteriorating your quality of life," says Angelica, who at the same time requests "please" help to find to his sister "and that he knows that his father is alive."
"We only ask that this legal process be completed so that my father can process his documents," he says.
Ángel González Acosta himself ends the recording requesting "make this video viral."