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Fri Jan 3, 2020, 05:16 PM

'Sinaloa Cartel paid Uribe to facilitate drug trafficking route between Colombia and Mexico'

‘Sinaloa Cartel paid Uribe to facilitate drug trafficking route between Colombia and Mexico’
by Adriaan Alsema January 3, 2020

Former President Alvaro Uribe facilitated drug trafficking between Colombia to Mexico while he was in office, the former security chief of a cargo airliner told an exiled prosecution investigator.

The bombshell allegation by the anonymous former security chief of Colombian airliner Air Cargo Lines were revealed by Richard Maok Riaño, a former prosecution agent who fled to Canada in 2002 after revealing extensive ties between paramilitary group AUC and state officials.

From Antioquia to Sinaloa
“El Mono Vides”

According to the former security chief, Uribe played a key role in setting up a drug trafficking route that allowed the late “El Mono Vides” of drug trafficking group “Los Paisas” send 10 metric tons of cocaine from Bogota‘s El Dorado airport to the Sinaloa Cartel in Mexico in 2007.

Vides, a former member of paramilitary group AUC, was killed in a police operation in the northwestern Antioquia province in October 2010.

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The ties between Uribe and “El Chapo”
Alex Cifuentes

At the time of the alleged drug trafficking, Colombian drug trafficker Alex Cifuentes was the right-hand man of Sinaloa Cartel boss Joaquin Guzman, a.k.a. “El Chapo.”

Uribe’s late brother Jaime had two children with Cifuentes’ sister Dolly.


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Álvaro Uribe's niece and sister-in-law arrested in Colombia for extradition purposes to the US for being “strategic partners and allies” of the Sinaloa cartel, according to the DEA

MIAMI.- A sister-in-law and a niece of former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe Vélez were arrested in Colombia for extradition to the United States, accused of cocaine trafficking and money laundering in partnership with Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, better known as “ El Chapo Guzmán ”, head of the Mexican Sinaloa cartel.

" El Chapo Guzmán " is the most wanted criminal in the United States around the world and offers a bag of US $ 5 million for those who reveal their whereabouts.

The sister-in-law of Uribe Vélez, Dolly Cifuentes Villa, nicknamed “ La Meno ”, 48 years old, is the mother of the prisoner and charged in the same case Ana María Uribe Cifuentes, 31 years old. The father of the latter, younger brother of former President Uribe Vélez, is the late agronomist Jaime Alberto Uribe Vélez, who was also known as " Arepa " or " El Pecoso ", with Colombian citizenship card number 15367461 . He died of throat cancer in Medellín on September 24, 2001 and his mortal remains today rest in an ossuary in the crypt of the parish of Santa Teresita, in Medellín.

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Both women belong to the Cifuentes Villa family clan, which, according to the DEA, introduced at least 30 tons of cocaine to the United States between 2009 and 2011 and washed drug money in Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Panama and Mexico.


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