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Originally Posted by Ghelp
Carlos Castaņo is dead.September 1, 2006 his bones were found in a shallow grave.He was killed by his own brother they think he was in talks for the disarmament of AUC units.
That's a positive.
Castaņo's skeleton was recovered from a shallow grave on September 1, 2006 and identified through DNA testing by the Colombian government authorities. His brother's second lieutenant named Jesus Roldan AKA "MonoLeche", a former EPL guerrillaman who later joined the paramilitaries, confessed to his murder and led authorities to the grave. [/quote]
Pitty... He's one helluva fighter. He would have been more worth alive.
Yes the users account has suspended.Hopefuly they will be back up.It was some great footage.
Corruption plagues every country in the world.I do not think it is only done in Colombia.But we are showing good improvement and FARC is more of a narco cartel then a actual threat to any one.Like the ETA in Spain and the Russians in the Chechen war.It is only in certain areas that there will be fighting.It is not all over the country which is some thing people make the mistake of thinking.
Ghelp, excellent compilation here. When I was still working in Colombia, I had the priviledge of getting to view captured FARC videos. They were self-made videos of them preparing and executing attacks on various outposts. It was truly disturbing.