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Colombia family to speak against ex-paramilitary leader in landmark US trial


Colombia family to speak against ex-paramilitary leader in landmark US trial: [] The widow and two daughters of Henriquez plan on testifying to the impact that his crimes had on the community of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, while emphasizing the importance of ensuring that he does not return to the area he used to terrorize.

Giraldo, whom was given the nickname “the Drill” for the dozens of women he raped, was one of 14 paramilitary leaders to be extradited in 2008 on charges that he provided armed protection for drug traffickers.

The move was roundly criticized as all escaped facing trial in Colombia for crimes against humanity.

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