Report: Afro-Colombian senator spied on by CIA

Carillo, Karen Juanita
September 2010
New York Amsterdam News;9/16/2010, Vol. 100 Issue 38, p2
The article reports that the Afro-Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba Ruiz has been spied by Colombia Departamento Administrativo de Seguidad/Administrative Department of Security (DAS), due to wiretap-related issues.


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