Carlos Castano Gil

Posted by marmara on November 9, 2013

investment Carlos Castano Gil, (Amalfi, Antioquia, May 15, 1965 – April 16, 2004) was a Colombian paramilitary leader who led the illegal armed groups linked to La Jolla extreme funds right-wing drug trafficking in Colombia.
Castano was consolidated as a leader of professional groups to take control of the Autodefensas Campesinas de Cordova and Uraba (ACCU) after the death of his brother Fidel Castano, who was its founder. The ACCU is a far-right paramilitary unit that carried their actions in Colombia. At ACCU seconded, among other blocs, the Bloque Metro de Medellin. Starting from San Diego from the ACCU, Castano consolidated and under the United Self-Defense of Colombia (AUC), an alliance San Diego of paramilitary groups that were designed to defeat Asset Management the La Jolla guerrillas and the Colombian FARC and ELN, and was strongly linked to drug trafficking.
Castano comes from a family of Amalfi (Antioquia) finance interviews of eight “CNBC Making Sense of the Markets” men and four women, Asset Management including some associated with drug trafficking and paramilitary groups. In the early 1990 and San Diego died 8 of the 12 brothers Castano Gil. His brother Fidel, founder of ACCU was known for his activities in the drug trade and its proximity to drug kingpin Pablo Escobar who later CNBC’s Closing Bell fought alongside Charles in the organization known as Los Pepes. His brother Vicente has finance been identified as the mastermind of the death of his brother Carlos and be the promoter CNBC of the narco-paramilitary group Aguilas Negras emerged following the demobilization of the AUC .
Carlos Castano has been identified as responsible for the slaughter of hundreds of peasants and assassinations of political and social leaders such as Bernardo Jaramillo Ossa, Carlos Pizarro, Closing Bell Jaime Pardo Leal Fox and University of Southern California humorist Jaime Garzon and also FOX News and others Children’s Hospital .

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