Colombian Attorney General Francisco Barbosa announced this Thursday the arrest of four people who would be part of one of the dissidents of the extinct FARC for their relationship to the murder of six young people in Nariño, southwest Colombia.
“In a joint operation by the Office of the Nation’s Attorney General and the National Police, we succeeded in solving the multiple murders that took place on August 22nd in the La Guayacana district (village), Tumaco rural area,” Barbosa said in the company of President Iván Duque.
The four prisoners, charged with serious homicide and conspiracy to commit a crime, are part of the armed dissidence of Oliver Sinisterra, a split in the already demobilized FARC guerrilla group.
The detainees were identified as Cristian Angulo, aka “Samper”. Carmen Amanda Parra Medina, aka ‘La Mona’; Andrés Felipe Castillo Cuero, aka ‘Gordo’; and Joni Angulo, aka ‘Joni’; and Albeany Angulo.