Colombia’s National Army Destroys 10 Cocaine Laboratories

By Dialogo
April 03, 2015



The Colombian National Army’s Nudo de Paramillo Task Force recently dismantled 10 cocaine laboratories belonging to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the National Liberation Army (ELN) in the Departments of Antioquia and Córdoba.

From seven laboratories in the Department of Antioquia, Soldiers seized 988 kilograms of coca leaves, 385 gallons of coca syrup, and 200 kilograms of urea, among other supplies. They also found two other labs in the Department of Córdoba, where Soldiers destroyed 625 kilograms of ground coca leaves, 311 gallons of coca syrup and 60 gallons of gasoline, among other supplies in equipment. All of the labs belonged to various FARC fronts.

Meanwhile, Troops also dismantled another lab in Antioquia – this one belonging to the ELN’s Capitán Mauricio Front. There, they destroyed an array of cocaine-making necessities, including 110 gallons of coca syrup, 220 gallons of diesel fuel, 100 kilograms of cement, 50 kilograms of urea and a metal press.

The Army didn’t immediately report if any suspects were captured in connection with any of the raids.


The Colombian National Army’s Nudo de Paramillo Task Force recently dismantled 10 cocaine laboratories belonging to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the National Liberation Army (ELN) in the Departments of Antioquia and Córdoba.

From seven laboratories in the Department of Antioquia, Soldiers seized 988 kilograms of coca leaves, 385 gallons of coca syrup, and 200 kilograms of urea, among other supplies. They also found two other labs in the Department of Córdoba, where Soldiers destroyed 625 kilograms of ground coca leaves, 311 gallons of coca syrup and 60 gallons of gasoline, among other supplies in equipment. All of the labs belonged to various FARC fronts.

Meanwhile, Troops also dismantled another lab in Antioquia – this one belonging to the ELN’s Capitán Mauricio Front. There, they destroyed an array of cocaine-making necessities, including 110 gallons of coca syrup, 220 gallons of diesel fuel, 100 kilograms of cement, 50 kilograms of urea and a metal press.

The Army didn’t immediately report if any suspects were captured in connection with any of the raids.
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