The High Commissioners Office for Human Rights of the United Nations made a call out to the Colombian government today asking it to clear up, and put an end, the murders of many young men whose bodies have been dug up in Ocaña, north of Colombia during the last couple of days (read this week’s cover story “Combat deaths or murders?”). “The office asks the authorities to coordinate their efforts to clear up and put an end to the practice of and the pattern of apparent extra judicial executions, taking urgent measures to prevent, investigate, punish and make the intellectual and material perpetrators of this acts known to the public”, reads the release of the U.N. “In the case there would be proof that the people responsible for these crimes are members of the police or armed forces, weather directly or by tolerance, consent, complicity or the support of these type of actions, it would be a grave case of Human Rights violations”.
Exclusivo: la verdadera historia de la colombiana capturada en Suiza por ser de Isis
La joven de 23 años es hoy acusada de ser parte de una célula que del Estado Islámico, la organización terrorista que ha perpetrado los peores y más sangrientos ataques en territorio europeo. Su novio la habría metido en ese mundo.