Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Friday, September 13, 2013

EX-M-19 TERRORIST COMPLETES MONEY LAUNDERING SENTENCE IN COSTA RICA, IS HEADED FOR A COLOMBIAN PRISON

Parra today
Libardo Parra Vargas, a senior member of the Colombian terrorist organization M-19, was denied asylum, and deported from Costa Rica, having served a sentence for money laundering. Parra, when arrested, had $1.4m in cash, 25 mobile telephones, and false identities, and the currency tested positive for narcotics. A diplomatic cable released in the recent Wikileaks scandal pointed to him as a suspect in human trafficking, and noted that he possessed several false identities.

He was deported to Panama, which will reportedly transfer him to his native Colombia, where he was convicted in absentia of kidnapping and extortion, and will be serving his 24-year sentence. He is notorious for his participation in the M-19 siege of the Palacio de Justicia, in 1985, in Bogotá, where half of the members of the Colombian Supreme Court were killed, and will undoubtedly be welcomed into the penal system by the authorities.

Parra at the time of his money laundering arrest

2 comments:

  1. People especially Filipinos, please beware of an embezzler named Raymundo K. Del Villar and his mistress Maria Teresa Armayan. They are notorious money launderer.

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  2. They should work hard for their own money.
    For the comment above: Thanks for the information.
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