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7 April 2009

Colombia Reports (an excellent on-line English-language Bogota daily) indirectly notes one of the draw-backs of a militarized “war on (some) agricultural growers and distributors”:

Colombia’s Prosecutor General Mario Iguarán revealed Monday his office is investigating 22,000 cases of people who disappeared during Colombia’s ongoing violent conflict.

“We are talking about 22,000 people who disappeared in Colombia. We have found 1,040 of them and identified a few hundred of them. One has to conclude that we had a genocide here“…

And you thought 10,000 Mexican deaths in a proxy war to preserve U.S. social policy was outrageous.

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