RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Whistleblowers within the Colombian military have accused the country's armed forces of being involved in drug exports in the Región Bajo Cauca in the north of the Chocó department. The sources claim to have discovered a secret airstrip near a Colombian-Panamanian military base in Bajo Cauca, through which cocaine is presumably flown to the USA.
Colombia's military would be paid to allow the drug shipments to pass, according to information from reports of the "Command Staff" secret military operation, which has investigated countless cases of corruption in the army. The reconnaissance operation . . .