The police in Caquetá was a kidnapping, but the Government had to change the term to negotiate release

The agreements reached by the Government with the peasants who kidnapped policemen in Caquetá

At the beginning of March, a harsh controversy broke out in the country on account of the kidnapping of 79 police officers in San Vicente del Caguan (Caquetá) by a group of peasants

The controversy arose then because the Minister of the Interior, Alfonso Prada, He said that what happened by the uniformed obeyed more to a humanitarian siege than a kidnappingsomething that caused discomfort in many sectors.

Additionally, the operation of the National Police itself was questioned when it warned that the uniformed officers had been abandoned in the midst of the difficulties they were experiencing due to the kidnapping.

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