Colombian drug worker faces anti-terrorist threat
Bogotá.- Ministry of Transportation Colombia has announced activation of anti-terrorist alert to the northwest of the land “armed casualties” imposed…
Bogotá.- Ministry of Transportation Colombia has announced activation of anti-terrorist alert to the northwest of the land “armed casualties” imposed by Clan del Golfo Dario Antonio suga, alias’Othniel‘.
This is Friday, May 6, 2022 Colombia activated an anti-terrorist alert after yesterday’s National Police reported Merchants and carriers received threats from Clan del Golfo they cease their activities in some municipalities of the departments of Antioquia, Chocó, Risaralda, Córdoba, Sucre and Bolívar.
There have been through this day at least 35 settlements in Colombian municipalitiesespecially affecting the postal services, who had seen access to the road blocked and blocked by burned vehicles.
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In Colombia, authorities charged police stations and patrols. President Aníbal Gaviria has announced the shortage police and military personnel to deal with these attacks. It has declared that there is a “defective structure” and will therefore request the government to deploy more resources in this area.
“In some municipalities there is paralysis in the urban area, but in others it is not. In the rural areas, in most cases, this paralysis occurs. The site is a public force and the office of the municipal press conference in San Diego. Roque, without consequences for the staff,” Gaviria told Blu Radio.
For his part anti-terrorist alert –that will be valid until May 8″— Search protect the passenger and cargo transport sector possible scandals by Clan del Golfo, which in the past four days announced an “armed strike” that they call a “pistol device” by which legal agents become targets.
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After threats from Clan del Golfo, Colombia’s chief commissioner for peace, Juan Camilo Restrepo, warned that the narco-paramilitary group’s members have three ways of justice to be placed voluntarily – which would bring judicial benefits. shot or taken
Colombia’s leading narcotics bubble in recent years,’Othnielwas arrested in October 2021. when then desperately trying to avoid his extradition to the United Statesto the country where he arrived this Thursday, and where he pleaded not guilty to all charges of witchcraft dealings.