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Colombian prosecutors find ten living people who disappeared in recent protests

The Colombian Attorney General’s Office reported this Tuesday that it managed to find the ten people allegedly missing during the 9-10 September protests due to the death of law student police and taxi driver Javier Ordóñez.

The operation, the prosecutor said in a statement posted on social networks, was carried out in collaboration with the Judicial Police (SIJIN), the Unified Action Groups for Personal Freedom (GAULA) and the Police Intelligence Services (SIPOL).

The alleged disappearance of these 10 people was reported by their relatives to the Bogotá authorities after the demonstrations held in the capital in protest of police violence that led to serious rioting that resulted in more than 300 injuries and a dozen deaths.

Colombian prosecutors find ten living people who disappeared in recent protests
Colombian prosecutors find ten living people who disappeared in recent protests

The initially peaceful protests were called for the death of 42-year-old Javier Ordóñez, who died as a result of the beatings after a police operation in which he was electrocuted and his subsequent transfer to a police station, which he died after expert and forensic studies received.

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