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Dole and Del Monte also facing crimes against humanity charges for financing death squads in Colombia: report

5.2.17

Dole and Del Monte also facing crimes against humanity charges for financing death squads in Colombia: report: The Bananero Block specialized in the protection of banana producers’ interests and became one of the most feared paramilitary groups and led by “HH,” Raul Hasbun and Carlos Casta�o who would become the leader of paramilitary umbrella organization AUC.

The group was partly able to gain so much power because the then-governor of Antioquia, former President Alvaro Uribe, promoted the formation of legal self-defense groups that ended up working together with their illegal counterparts and in many cases became par of the AUC when the so-called ” Convivir” groups were banned in 1997.


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