The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia has indicted two regional leaders of Colombia's narco-terrorist guerrilla group, FARC.
According to El Tiempo, the indicted FARC leaders are Omar de Jesus Restrepo Correa, alias "Olmedo Ruiz," and Adan de Jesus Jimenez Garcia, alias "Conejo."
They are facing terrorism and narcotics trafficking charges.
Both terrorist leaders have been residing in Cuba as part of the FARC's (curiously large and non-essential) "peace talks" delegation.
But it's increasingly clear that they are simply being harbored by the Castro regime.
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