Colombia, Army locates 30 gas cylinders filled with explosives belonging to FARC

Posted on September 15, 2011 • Filed under: Colombia, Crime, FARC, Intelligence, Police/Military Activity

Escalating guerrilla terrorist had planned to perpetrate against oil and electricity infrastructure in Putumayo was unveiled by the Army, following the seizure of 30 cylinders filled with explosives and several launchers. In statements provided by the commander of Battalion No. 9 Special Energy based in La Hormiga, Colonel Leonardo Vargas Villegas, he realizes that the military operation took place in the township of Santa Rosa de Sucumbíos, rural and limitations Ipiales Valley Township Guamuez.
The cove where these items were stored, according to the senior officer, was the FARC’s 48th Front, an armed group the researchers also planned to carry out terrorist actions against some police stations and army troops that advance registration operations and control area.Read Article

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