UN and Colombian authorities investigate the murder of two Venezuelan teenagers aged 12 and 18, What were He was shot after being charged with theft A warehouse in a violent cocoa growing area in the northeast of the country, according to various sources revealed this Monday.
In videos and photos posted on social media, teenagers are seen with tension, lThe hands are tied forward Through duct tape, the person without the camera accuses them of being “thieves”.
“Unfortunately they are very young boys and tomorrow we do not want to see them lying on some side of the road,” the anonymous voice said.
The bodies of the teenagers were later found in the countryside, apparently shot and the hands still tied.
A card with the word “thieves” written on it rested on the young man’s body, lying with his face in a red bag.
Jaime Marty, an ombudsman from the Norde de Santander department where the killings took place, has promised to catch young people stealing clothes in the city of Tibet, on the Venezuelan border.
The merchants tied them up, but then “they were taken away by an illegal armed group (they were taken to an unidentified place and then they were found dead,” Marty told Blue Radio.
According to the guard, Young people fleeing Venezuela’s economic crisis are immigrants.
The police colonel, Carlos Martinez, blamed former FARC (Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces) dissidents for withdrawing from the peace agreement signed in 2016 and promised that investigations would be carried out to clarify the crime.
The UN Office for Human Rights in Colombia has denied the murder of a 12-year-old girl and asked authorities to “investigate these events.”
According to the UN, the most problematic municipality in Colombia, which is cultivated with 19,000 hectares of cocoa leaves, accumulates large quantities of medicinal crops in Colombia.
Former FARC guerrilla dissidents, National Liberation Army (ELN) rebels and Drug with paramilitary origin They discuss territory with blood and fire to control the cocoa trade.
NGOs such as International Human Rights Watch have condemned the arrival of thousands of Venezuelan immigrants in the region due to the tight control of crossing the border into the armed conflict in Colombia.