The Colombian prosecutor announced Monday the arrest and entry of Audiel Pinto Calderón, aka “Korea”, the alleged leader of the dissolution of the now extinct FARC under the leadership of Luciano Marín Arango, better known as “Iván Márquez”.
Calderón was arrested on May 8 in the Vichada department in eastern Colombia and, according to police, appears in the video in which ‘Iván Márquez’, along with other leaders of the extinct FARC, was announced in August of his 2019 rearmament for violations of the peace agreement.
According to the authorities, “Korea”, along with Seuxis Pausias Hernández, better known as “Jesús Santrich”, and Hernán Darío Velásquez, alias “El Paisa”, would be part of the dissent known as “Second Marquetalia”, known as “Second Marquetalia ‘is known’.
The prosecutor said on Twitter that he was held in pre-trial detention pending trial against him, where he was responsible for various crimes, including the “Serious Crime Concert” and “Illegal Weapons” for private use. “