The Attorney General´s Office proved that they would be responsible for several illegal actions in the East part of the main city of Valle del Cauca.

The evidence collected by the Attorney General´s Office allowed a judge in Cali (Valle del Cauca) to sentence eight members of the criminal group ‘Los Buenaventuraños’, for drug trafficking, homicide, forced disappearance and forced displacement, as well as illegal possession of firearms and use of minors for the commission of these acts.

The court ordered the immediate arrest of all the condemned people in order to send them to prison. Likewise, a fine of  2,700 monthly minimum wages was imposed.

A prosecutor of the Special Directorate against Criminal Organizations proved in a trial that these people had different levels of participation in five murders, and two cases of forced disappearance and petty drug dealing in neighborhoods Petecuy I, II and III, in the East part of Cali.

The decision was pronounced against the following people and they received a sentence, respectively: in

  • Jhon Jairo Celorio Mosquera, alias ‘Domingo’, 38 años and 11 months in prison.
  • Jhon Eiden Arroyo Angulo, alias Chingao, 35 years and 6 months in prison.
  • Jhon Freddy Cabezas Castillo, alias Jhon Boquita, 35 years and 2 months in prison.
  • Cristóbal Arroyo Angulo, alias Raspao, 34 years in prison.
  • Marlon César Llanos Candelo, alias Sombra, 33 years and 10 months in prison.
  • Javier Valencia González, alias Pastel o Satanás, 33 years and 10 months in prison.
  • Jaime Adolfo González Montoya, alias El Flaco, 17 years and 6 months in prison.
  • José Alberto Rivas Vallecilla, alias Calvo or Cascao, 8 months in prison.

This decision was pronounced in the first instance and it may be challenged by legal remedies.

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