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Colombia: Paramilitares "aliados" del Gobierno

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Colombia: Paramilitares "aliados" del Gobierno

October 16, 2005

Paramilitaries as Proxies
Declassified evidence on the Colombian army's anti-guerrilla "allies"

National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 166

For more information contact
Michael Evans - 202/994-7029

Posted - October 16, 2005
Washington, DC

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Today, the Colombia Documentation Project proudly announces the first in a series of articles to be published in collaboration with Semana, Colombia's leading news magazine. The column, which will appear monthly on, is the result of a mutual desire to publish and disseminate in Colombia declassified information now emerging from United States files about the major issues in the U.S.-Colombia relationship, including the drug war, security assistance programs, human rights and impunity.

The first article, published here in English and in Spanish at, reveals new information about the hidden history of collaboration between Colombain security forces and their paramilitary allies, offering a unique and intimate perspective on the institutional pressures that encouraged cooperation with paramilitary atrocities.

Each month, the National Security Archive will simultaneously publish an English-language version of the article along with scanned images of the documents cited in the column. Watch this space for upcoming articles or sign up to receive the National Security Archive's free email update every time the website is updated with new material.

Click here to read the article

The Colombia Documentation Project

Michael Evans, project director
About the Project - The National Security Archive's Colombia Project seeks to identify and obtain the release of documents from secret government archives on United States policy in Colombia and to disseminate these records through publications, conferences and the Archive's web site. Major themes of the project include security assistance, human rights, impunity and counternarcotics programs.

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