Venezuelan authorities said a man riding a motorcycle through the streets of Táchira He deftly escaped a solid police checkpoint.

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At that time, he was asked for documents in early February, but he said he did not have them with him. However, he later introduced himself as 46-year-old merchant Marco Antonio Córdoba Benavidez.

However, analysis of the fingerprints showed that it was a false identity and that he was a powerful Colombian farmer. Wanted by Interpol since 2018.

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About Rodolfo Forero Esparza, ‘Tata’, was for years part of a circle of influential meat marketers from Cúcuta, Norte de Santander. He appeared as the owner of refrigerators.

However His empire collapsed on April 23, 2014 when he was caught for being part of a cattle smuggling ring. Entrants from Venezuela without health requirements.

Authorities They estimate that the network missed 4,000 heads of cattle and managed to transport more than 150,000 million pesos a year..

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With this crime was sentenced to almost nine years in prison.

officials pointed out that the criminal organization was at the service of ‘los Rastrojos’ at the time, and even government officials of the time congratulated the rancher on the sentence for conspiracy to commit a crime. smuggling and procedural fraud.

From then on, his name was heard in the courts only in the midst of domain forfeiture processes. of millionaire assets.

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Which EL TIEMPO was able to detect that Forero appeared in Táchira after escaping from Cúcuta prison on September 7, 2018.

According to the Venezuelan Supreme Court (TSJ) file, seven months after his escape, Because EL TIEMPO had access, an Interpol blue bulletin was issued about him.

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But this time, for murder.

EL TIEMPO researched and established This new charge is said to be linked to the meat smuggling case and the man was initially re-arrested for resisting authority.

Alongside Forero, an inspector from the National Institute for Food and Drug Surveillance (Invima) was also apprehended at that time. To date, two more were already part of the Colombian Institute of Agriculture (ICA).

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But in this file The crime of an Invima investigator who was able to discover what was going on was also documented.

As a result of the investigation, it was determined that the perpetrator of the murder of Mr. Pedro Francisco Carrillo Osorio, who worked as a veterinarian at Invima, was Rodolfo Forero Esparza.” reads the request.

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crime recorded On August 12, 2010, the veterinarian was 61 years old in Villa del Rosario, Norte de Santander.

This death occurred because the victim took control of Forero Esparza’s La Frontera refrigerator, which he used to slaughter illegal cattle from Venezuela.”says in the file.

Local media reported that Carrillo Osorio was “executed by paramilitary forces while traveling in his vehicle in the Villa Antigua region”. And relatives stated that the vet He tracked cattle smuggling from Venezuela.

On July 12, TSJ held a hearing in which the passive extradition of Forero Esparza was accepted.; Venezuelan authorities are now waiting for Colombia to submit official applications and documents.

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Ministry of Justice awaits judicial authorities to send documents supporting official extradition request”, said sources from the portfolio in Colombia.

They stated that After the documents are received and examined, they will be sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs so that they can formally request extradition through diplomatic channels.

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