“The investigation involving Álvaro Uribe has serious implications for the independence of Colombia’s justice institutions, as well as the ongoing efforts to uncover the full truth about the powerful political networks that backed paramilitary death squads during Colombia’s decades-long conflict.”
Open Democracy (October 21 2019)
August 11 2020 – Matarifeː An unnameable genocide, known simply as Matarife, is a web series by Colombian journalist Daniel Mendoza Leal. The documentary-type series narrates findings that relate the life of former Colombia president Álvaro Uribe Vélez with drug traffickers, paramilitaries, and corrupt politicians in Colombia. This is the real thing. If you liked Narcos [Netflix], you will love Matarife. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY
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Matarife will be a five seasons web series of 50 chapters with an average duration of 6 minutes,to be distributed on Telegram, WhatsApp, YouTube and other social networks.
The Matarife YouTube Channel publishes versions that include English and French subtitles.
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President Álvaro Uribe Vélez of Colombia — August 7, 2002 – August 7, 2010 — was a “close personal friend of Pablo Escobar”.
In fact, they are related but the former President has dropped the ‘Escobar’ part of his name.
According to a 1991 DIA document, Alvaro Uribe — then a Senator — was “dedicated to collaboration with the Medellín [drug] cartel at high government levels.” [Note: Alvaro Uribe had been the mayor of Medellín when Escobar ‘owned’ the city.]
Matarife — Un Genocida Innombrable [Official Trailer]
Matarife — Wikipedia
U.S. INTELLIGENCE LISTED COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT URIBE AMONG
“IMPORTANT COLOMBIAN NARCO-TRAFFICKERS” IN 1991 — GWU NSA
Matarife — Un Genocida Innombrable [Álvaro Uribe Vélez]