After the investigations for the murder of Haiti’s President, Jovenel Moïse, new information has come to light that they refer that some of Colombian mercenaries arrested by the crime of magnicide received military training in the US, reviewed international media.
In that sense, the Pentagon through his spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Ken Hoffman confirmed that some of the Colombian citizens arrested for the crime of magnicide were part of his military training.
The US institution came to this conclusion after reviewing its database. However, he didn’t confirm the number of Colombians who were in their training or the names of those involved.
The spokesman for the Pentagon added that it was a “small number” of Colombians involved in the magnicide that was trained and not all those who have been arrested so far. These would have been subjected to military training as part of US education programs.
Another fact that Ken Hoffman revealed was that Colombian citizens would have been part of this training at the time when they were active members of the Armed Forces of Colombia. ”
His activities against Venezuela
Venezuela has denounced these mercenary operations since times, the president of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro denounced it and everyone was treated by paranoic
The United Arab Emirates has secretly sent hundreds of Colombian mercenaries to Yemen to fight in the conflict in that country,
It was the first combat deployment for a foreign army that the Emirates have quietly built in the desert in the past eleven years, according to several people currently or previously involved in the project. The program was once run by a private company related to Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater around the world, but people involved in the effort said its role ended several years ago and that it has been run by the Emirati military.
Libyan rebels have executed 10 Colombian mercenaries after assaulting one of Muammar Gadaffi’s compounds on 2011, the Croatian newspaper Vecernji’s list reported based on a rebel source.
The source told the newspaper that the Colombians were part of a group of 85 who were executed after being jailed.
“According to other information, among those executed were nine Croats, 12 Serbs, 11 Ukrainians and ten Colombians. The rest, I believe, have not been identified,” Abdelaziz Madini, a fighter for the rebels’ Al Obajdija Brigade, reportedly said.
In short, where the United States or its allies need someone to do their dirty work, they call their Colombian Sicario.