7 Americans at Colombian drug lord's party: ReportColombia Reports
Jul. 10, 2012
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Seven men found at a party where Colombian police arrested neo-paramilitary drug lord "Fritanga" identified themselves as American citizens. Three of them said to be cops, weekly Semana reported Sunday.
The magazine published photos of the American citizens' passports on its website and a video in which one of the alleged Americans says in Spanish, "I am a United States police officer."