They were allegedly coordinated by leaders of the FARC dissidents to promote terrorism in the main city of the country between November 2019 and September 2020.

These results arise from the strategy of the Attorney General, Francisco Barbosa Delgado, to combat urban terrorism and counteract high-impact criminal phenomena that affect public safety. 

Thanks to the conclusive evidence presented by the Office of the Attorney General, the 74th Supervisory Judge in Bogotá imposed a prison term against Justo Ernesto Villarraga, Erika Lorena Flores Durán, Miguel Andrés Parga and Greissy Alexandra Perilla Vargas for terrorism, criminal conspiracy, disturbance in public transport, obstruction of public roads, violence against a public servant and damage to third-party property. 

On November 21, 2019, they allegedly participated in the blockages in the southwest area of Bogotá, in damages committed in the portal of Transmilenio in Las Américas, in plunderings and strong confrontations with the military police in the sectors of Patio Bonito and Tintal, by using unconventional devices to attack the SMAD (Mobile Anti-Riot Squad). 

On the other hand, they allegedly recruited people to achieve their goal and also participated in violent protests in the months of April and May, as well as in the recent disturbances. For example, on September 9, Villarraga and Parga allegedly burned an Immediate Action Command CAI. 

According to the investigation, the four defendants and a woman, known with the alias of Rosita, would be members of the Unión Solidaria de Bogotá lead by Wilson Reinel Moreno, alias Martín, who was arrested in the department of Tolima last February. That uniones solidarias (small urban cells) are made up of 3 to 5 members and meet every 15 days to coordinate their criminal actions.