August 15 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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UPDATE (October 17 2020) — Season 1 – Episode 2 : Death Corporation — There is no doubt whatsoever that Uribe is one of the biggest drug dealers of this century. He is also a war criminal. Most people in his close circle have already been arrested.
This week, Uribe was freed from house arrest while he’s investigated over an alleged conspiracy to bribe jailed gangsters.
“The former president is accused of employing intermediaries to visit jails and pressure ex-members of illegal militias into changing their testimonies against him and to instead smear opposition senator Ivan Cepeda, one of Uribe’s biggest foes. The case is still ongoing, but Uribe will now be at liberty while he mounts his defense.” [Bloomberg]
Did you know? In December 2012, a federal court in the United States sentenced General Mauricio Santoyo — President Alvaro Uribe’s security chief — to 13 years in jail.
The retired police general pleaded guilty to links with the United Self-Defence Forces of Colombia (AUC). The group is accused of mass killings in Colombia and is on the US list of terrorist organisations.
In his plea agreement, he said he took bribes from the AUC from 2001 to 2008 in exchange for tipping them off ahead of police operations against them. Some of the operations also involved US drug enforcement agents. Gen Santoyo initially rejected the charges of conspiring to smuggle drugs into the US, but eventually pleaded guilty.
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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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The Good Senator : José Obdulio
On August 4 2020, the Supreme Court ordered the detention of former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe amid an investigation into alleged witness tampering and fraud.
Just a month ago, a Bogota court sentenced Colombia’s government for spying on the Supreme Court, revealing more details on how former President Alvaro Uribe almost turned Colombia into a mafia state.
The Bogota Superior Administrative Tribunal ordered the President’s Office’s Administration Department DAPRE and now-defunct intelligence agency DAS to compensate former magistrate Ivan Velasquez and his family for damages suffered from the Uribe administration’s criminal activity.
The superior tribunal overturned a lower court ruling that claimed Uribe’s former chief of staff Bernardo Moreno, who was the director of DAPRE, was just doing his job receiving the illegal intelligence agency’s intelligence information on Velasquez.
The former magistrate was investigating ties between politicians and demobilized paramilitary organization AUC, including those of Uribe’s cousin Mario, in 2009 when the DAS was caught spying on the court.
Velasquez’s investigations led to the imprisonment of at least 45 congressman, including Uribe’s cousin, while the illegal wiretapping scandal sent Moreno and Uribe’s former press secretary Cesar Mauricio Velasquez to prison.
The cousin of Pablo Escobar, far-right Senator Jose Obdulio Gaviria, and Uribe’s former judicial secretary Edmundo del Castillo have yet to hear if their alleged role in the wiretapping scandal merits a conviction too.
[Colombia Reports — Court sentences Colombia’s government over spying scandal that sent Uribe aides to prison]
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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/Gaviria’ 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.]
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