Colombian army kills top FARC military leader

By Dialogo
September 23, 2010

For the past 40 years that was the news most awaited for by the majority of the Colombians, except for the “honorable senator” Piedad Cordoba and her group of flunkies that elect that traitor; that we are to suppose are guerillas disguised as democratic leaders.
Colombia’s army said on September 23 it has killed a top leader with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the country’s oldest and fiercest rebel insurgency.



The army said it has killed Jorge Briceno Suarez, who is also known as Victor Julio Suarez Rojas and the alias Mono Jojoy, the head of FARC’s military operations.



The operation was a joint effort in La Macarena camp between the National Police, the National Army of Colombia and the Air Force, said a report in Colombian daily El Tiempo.



Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, in New York for the yearly United Nations Summit, announced, “This is Operation Welcome to the FARC”, reported the same daily.










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