Colombian army was involved in widespread and systematic extrajudicial killings of civilians between 2002 and 2008, according to a 95-pages report published by the NGO Human Rights Watch.

The report named: “On Their Watch: Evidence of Senior Army Officers’ Responsibility for False Positive Killings in Colombia,” acquired evidence that implicates many Colombian army generals and colonels in the civilian’s killings.

The high-ranking military officials knew or should have known about “false p...

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