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Canada Colombia: Capture of "otoniel", the largest narcoficient of the country

14:55  24 october  2021
14:55  24 october  2021 Source:   fr.euronews.com

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Dairo Antonio Usuga, aka "Otoniel", was arrested in Necocli. The baron of the drug directed the Clan del Golfo, the most powerful cartel of the country. View on euronews

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End of Cavale for the most popular Narcotchair in Colombia. Dairo Antonio Usuga, aka "Otoniel" was captured in Necocli, in the North, near the border with Panama.

The man directed the Clan del Golfo, the most powerful cartel of the country. The United States had offered $ 5 million of rewards for its arrest.

"This is the hardest blow that has been carried to drug trafficking during this century in our country, (...) it is only comparable to the fall of Pablo Escobar in the 90s", s President Ivan Duque is congratulated. The latter also pointed out that there are "extradition mandates for this criminal. We work with the authorities to fulfill this task too, without it being an obstacle so that the whole truth about the rest of its crimes is known in our country".

According to the police, "Otoniel" was hiding in the jungle. 500 members of the security forces were mobilized during his capture supported by 22 helicopters.

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