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US GOVT STILL NOT SEEKING EXTRADITION OF COLOMBIAN EMERALD CZAR AND PARAMILITARY DEATHSQUAD LEADER,EXPOSING THE PLAN COLOMBIA FACADE.

 NOVANEWS
Former “Emerald Czar” lawyer
(and current Supreme Court justice)
Fernando Castro Caballero.


US GOVT STILL NOT SEEKING EXTRADITION OF COLOMBIAN EMERALD CZAR AND PARAMILITARY DEATHSQUAD LEADER,EXPOSING THE PLAN COLOMBIA FACADE… “Emerald Czar” Document Spurs Controversy, Irecentlynvestigation ...

Colombian prosecutors will investigate allegations in a  published State Department cablethat billionaire Víctor Carranza was “responsible for the October 1997 Miraflores massacre.” Reports of the new probe came via RCN and W Radio in Colombia, who joined a number of other media outlets in covering our declassified dossier on Colombia’s “Emerald Czar.” (En Español @ VerdadAbierta.com)
Pivoting off of our document release, Semana magazine columnist Daniel Coronell points out that Carranza’s former attorney, Fernando Castro Caballero, who just took a seat on Colombia’s Supreme Judicial Court, will have the final word on another important human rights case allegedly tied to Carranza: the 1997 Mapiripán massacre.Coronell says that a recent investigation has found that Castro had far stronger links to Carranza than he has previously said: [A]n investigation by Equipo Nizkor found documents that show that the link was much closer than the magistrate wants to admit. The truth is that doctor Castro Caballero served as Víctor Carranza’s legal advocate in the formation and financing of paramilitary groups.
Coronell’s concerns about Carranza’s ability to manipulate the Colombian justice system are echoed in a declassified U.S. State Department cable published as part of our “Emerald Czar” collection.[ed notes:the us govt never,and even today hasnt asked for extradition,wich further exposes the facade and charade regarding the us and colombian extradition program…see why not here.. carranza,farouk,yair kleins financiers Colombi… – THENAKEDFACTS Links to this post – THENAKEDFACTS    ]
A cable from the U.S. Embassy in 1996 cites a source who explains that there had been two processes open against Víctor Carranza. In the first, none of the witnesses came forward. In the second, all of the witnesses had died.Coronell cites another cable from the collection in which a paramilitary leader using Carranza’s reported alias “freely admitted” that “he and men under his command” were “responsible for the October 1997 Miraflores massacre” and that the Colombian Army “had facilitated the operation ‘from beginning to end.’”“If Víctor Carranza is identified as the paramilitary chief of Meta and allied with the Castaño family,” asks Coronell, “should his former lawyer pronounce the final word of justice in the case of the Mapiripán massacre?
After previous attempts to prosecute Carranza failed to produce a conviction, the Human Rights Unit of the Colombian Prosecutor General’s Office (Fiscalía) opened a new investigation of Carranza’s paramilitary connections in February 2012 based largely on the testimony of former paramilitary chiefs linking Carranza to the financing and operations of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC).
[ed notes:the us govt cant demand extradition because carranza will sing and testify,that he did exactly what us military advisers did as well,train paramilitaries in conjunction with colombia military personnel,and he will most probably reveal how he was connected in such activities doing so, thru a covert cia program called key 51,wich other rigthwing paramilitary deathsquad leaders already testified to in courts,such as baqero and others…it gets even better,trust me,the I.C.C.(imperial tool) to wich colombia is a signatory has recently said(after years of inaction of course)claimed they would step in,to handle cases wich colombia courts hampered or failed to investigate,especially high profile cases such as this one..meanwhile they havent(no surprise ,they are a fraudulent front)…more interesting news… the following..  A Big Day for the US and the ICC: Rewards for Justice Program Extended
The new year has brought some big news for the relationship between the ICC and the United States. According to the great folks at the American Non-Governmental Organizations Coalition for the International Criminal Court (AMICC), on January 3 Congress passed an expansion of the Rewards for Justice Program. The program will now cover individuals indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC).The enhancement of the rewards program will mean that financial rewards can be dolled out by the American government to anyone who helps in the achieving ”the arrest or conviction in any country, or the transfer to or conviction by an international criminal tribunal (including a hybrid or mixed tribunal), of any foreign national accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity, or genocide, as defined under the statute of such tribunal.’” 
According to the legislation (full text of original bill here), the expansion of the program was done in order to “target other individuals indicted by international, hybrid, or mixed tribunals for genocide, war crimes, or crimes against humanity.” [ed notes:here is the kicker,both  ICC,AND US GOVT are silent on the Carranza case…and neither are demanding arrest nor extradition..and we understand why of course…whats great is that both us govt and ICC by taking no action in regards to this case expose themselves even more then they already are..though justice for victims of Carranza is nowhere to be found,this case is prime evidence that US GOVT and ICC want no justice and have no interest in seeing it happen contrary to their claims to champion just that..

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