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Colombia: President Santos called FARC narcoterrorist “Pablo Catatumbo” to demobilize.

Jorge Torres Victoria alias Pablo Catatumbo, narcoterrorist wanted by the U.S. recieved a public offer from President Santos to demobilize.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said FARC leaders Pablo Catatumbo and a commander with alias Romana have serious health problems, and called for the narcoterrorists to demobilize.  Catatumbo is wanted by the U.S. government accused of cocaine trafficking.

Santos, who cited intercepted e-mails from the group, known as the FARC, said a member with the alias of..READ MORE HERE

Jorge Torres Victoria also known as “Pablo Catatumbo” (born March 19, 1953 in Cali, Valle del Cauca) is a colombian guerrilla leader, member of the FARC and part of their higher command known as the Estado Mayor Central which is made up some 30 to 60 members. In March, 2008 Torres-Victoria was appointed member of the secretariat of the FARC.

The United states government accuses Torres-Victoria alias Pablo Catatumbo of arranging cocaine distribution routes, participating in setting and implementing the FARC’s cocaine policies, directing and controlling the production, manufacture, and distribution of hundreds of tons of cocaine to the United States and Europe; the “taxation” of the drug trade in Colombia to raise funds for the FARC; and the murder of hundreds of people who violated or interfered with the FARC’s cocaine policies. The U.S. Department of State is offering a reward up to US$2.5 million dollars for information leading to his arrest and/or conviction.