Colombia: Murders of Former FARC Guerrilla Fighters Continue Unabated

The demobilized FARC members were guaranteed an amnesty and reintegration into civilian life, provided they had not committed any crimes against humanity.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The persecution of the political opposition in Colombia persists. The latest victim is former guerrilla fighter Wílder Daniel Marín Alarcón.

The body of the FARC (Common Alternative Revolutionary Force) party member was found wrapped in a mattress that had been set on fire. Only forensics were able to identify him. The murder took place last Thursday in the department of Antioquia in the Bello community.

Marín Alarcón, only 22 years old, had adhered to the Havana peace agreement between the Colombian state and the FARC-EP guerrillas, which was intended, among . . .

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