A cocaine production laboratory was found in February 2020 in the property located in Guasca (Cundinamarca).
The Special Office on Assets Forfeiture of the Office of the Attorney General issued precautionary actions such as suspension of power to alienate a property and a seizure process on four properties and two vehicles of partnership named Las Colinas de Guasca of which the former Colombian Ambassador to Uruguay, Fernando Sanclemente was part and was its legal representative.
The lands are part of the farm named Haras de San Fernando located in Guasca (Cundinamarca), where the Office of the Attorney General and members of the National Police found a laboratory for the production of cocaine on February 12. About seven tons of chemical material and 9,453 grams of cocaine and cocaine base paste were found in the place.
The affected assets, that is, four properties and the two vehicles, are priced at 150 billion. The measure aimed at suspending the power to alienate a property was registered in the Office of Public Instruments Registry (Oficina de Instrumentos Públicos) and the seizure process will be carried out once the mandatory preventive isolation decreed by the emergency caused by Covid-19 ends.
The Office of the Attorney General makes this information public for reasons of general interest.
*(Extinción del Derecho de Dominio in Spanish) which means a loss of ownership of property derived from or used in criminal activity and therefore, the property is seized or confiscated by the government”.