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Colombia military assassinated more civilians under Uribe than FARC did in 30 years


Colombia military assassinated more civilians under Uribe than FARC did in 30 years: This is the most inconvenient truth Colombia’s electorate will have to accept once a Truth Commission and a Transitional Justice Court take force to seek impartial justice for the country’s 8 million victims.

The mass killing of civilians by the state is particularly inconvenient because Colombians will have to ask themselves how they got to elect and re-elect a president who, as commander-in-chief, ended up politically responsible for more than 40 times the homicides attributed to the country’s #1 terrorist, FARC leader Rodrigo Londo�o, a.k.a. “Timochenko,” who is either accused of or convicted for 106 homicides.

This information has been available for years, but has been consistently ignored or distorted in both Colombian and American media.

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