Contrary to what president Álvaro Uribe said yesterday, the nation’s prosecutor general Mario Iguarán declared that they still can’t affirm if the young men who disappeared in Soacha were killed in combat. “Were they killed in combat? We don’t know and we are investigating. For now the prosecutor general’s office can not anticipate or confirm if they were killed under those circumstances”, said Iguarán as a reaction to the president’s words yesterday. He also assured that from what they know for now is, that the men were recruited and that they were shot with bullets that belong to the Colombian military. What they don’t know is who recruited these men and why. Iguarán also emphasized that the ones who will conclude if these men died in combat are the judges, based on the thorough investigation that is taking place.
La voltereta de la Corte con el proceso de Andrade
Los tres delitos por los cuales la Corte Suprema procesaba al senador se esfumaron con la llegada del abogado Gustavo Moreno, hoy ‘ad portas’ de ser extraditado. SEMANA revela la historia secreta de ese reversazo.