Costa Rican Executive Drugged with Scopolamine in Colombia

Posted on July 29, 2011 • Filed under: Business, Colombia, Costa Rica

• reports that Sergio Navas, Vice President of the Chamber of Exports of Costa Rica (Cadexco) has been in the care of the Clínica de Marly in Bogotá, Colombia after having suffered from scopolamine poisoning.
•He was poisoned on Tuesday night, and there are several different versions of the event from different parties including the Police who reported that Navas left his hotel in search of “personal diversion services” in Teusaquillo.
•According to the President of Cadexco, Mónica Araya, Navas was poisoned at a restaurant in order to kidnap or rob him.
•He came with other members of Cadexco to participate in the All Invest Program of the EU for cooperation and development because of the interest in a free trade agreement between Costa Rica and Colombia.
•Araya stated that Navas would return to Costa Rica today, Friday. Read Article

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