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Judge prohibited Mancuso from visiting Cesar’s apartment: Why?

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Judge prohibited Mancuso from visiting Cesar’s apartment: Why?

This Monday, March 4, a judge from Justice and Peace granted parole to the former boss paramilitary Salvatore Mancusoafter serving several years in prison in USA and arrive in the country to be a peace manager.

Mancuso will be free and will live in Medellín, however, he is prohibited from visiting several departments, including Cesar. The measure was requested by the Attorney General’s Officewho pointed out that his appointment as peace manager “by the National Government cannot affect in any way the commitments assumed with the victims in the jurisdiction of Justice and Peace.”

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Specifically, the National Coordinator of Justice and Peace of the control body requested that mobility restrictions be established “as a guarantee of the rights of the victims, a measure that since the beginning of the Jurisdiction of Justice and Peace has been approved and applied to keep the perpetrators distant from the place where they reside. the victims”.

“Not setting restrictions on their movements would clearly translate into an affront to the recognition of the victims’ rights and a clear path to re-victimization,” he said. In turn, he recalled that Justice and Peace extended the limitation on mobilization, in addition to the Cesarin the departments of Córdoba, Sucre, Bolívar, Atlántico, Magdalena, Norte de Santander and La Guajiraas well as the Antioquia municipalities of San Pedro de Urabá, Necoclí, Ituango, Arboletes and Apartadó, where his criminal actions took place.


During a hearing before the JEP, former paramilitary chief Salvatore Mancuso recounted details about the criminal network that was allegedly concocted to kill several union members in the country, including those from the Drummond mining company that operates in the department of Cesar.

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Context: Mancuso’s confessions about the deaths of union members in Cesar

Mancuso said that the crimes were committed with the support of the corrupt public forces of the State. Among the victims are union members Cándido José Méndez, Gustavo Soler Mora, Valmore Locarno Rodríguez and Víctor Orcasita Amaya, among others. “They gave us the list of some Drummond union members that we murdered. That was around the year 2000 or earlier,” he said at the time.


In his hearings, the former paramilitary chief has also spoken about the formation of paramilitary groups in Cesar. Mancuso assured that Sky Gnecco It was not related to the self-defense groups. But he confirmed his accusations against Jorge Gneccobrother of Cielo.

“In my previous statement we made it clear unequivocally, Madam Prosecutor, that Sky Gnecco He had no connection with the self-defense groups. The reference of our group’s entry to the Cesar (points) specifically to Jorge Gnecco, and tangentially to his brothers Lucas Gnecco and Nelson Gneccowithout involving other members of his family,” Mancuso explained.

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