Colombia extradites its biggest drug lord “Otoniel” to the US

The Colombian justice system also accuses him of homicide, terrorism, recruitment of minors, kidnapping, and sexual crimes, among other crimes he committed when he was a guerrilla and paramilitary before becoming the country's most-wanted drug trafficker.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombian President Ivan Duque said that Colombia's biggest drug trafficker, "Otoniel", head of the Gulf Clan, was extradited on May 4 to the United States to stand trial in a New York court.

"Dairo Antonio Úsuga alias Otoniel has been extradited, (...) a murderer of social leaders, abuser of children and adolescents, murderer of policemen, and one of the most dangerous criminals on the planet," the president announced in a public . . .

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