Taxi Drivers Responsible for DEA agent’s death extradited to U.S.

Posted on September 2, 2014 • Filed under: Colombia, Crime, Police/Military Activity, United States reported the lawyer of the taxi drivers in Colombia extradited to the United States, the country investigated for the murder of DEA agent James Terry Watson, said Monday that his clients would pay a penalty of 25 years in prison if they accept the charges, welcoming and a proposal that would have made the American government.
The incident occurred when the agent took a taxi after leaving a restaurant. In the vehicle, the group of robbers attempted to strip him of his belongings, but Watson resisted. Amid the struggle, received electric shocks and stabbing, which occurred hours after his death. Read Article

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