Interpol Confirms: US Democrat Was Secretly Working With FARC To Undermine Colombian Government

US Democratic Congressman James McGovern was offering the Marxist FARC terrorists help in undermining the Colombian government.

Interpol confirmed documents today showing that US Congressman James McGovern (D., Mass.) (pictured), a leading opponent of the Colombia free-trade deal has been working with a go-between, who has been offering the FARC terrorists help in undermining Colombia’s elected and popular government.
Colombia is America’s closest ally in South America.

Interpol disclosed today that there was no evidence that the computers seized from dead FARC leader Raul Reyes were tampered with.
The AP and The Real Cuba reported:

Interpol said Thursday it found no evidence of tampering in computers Colombia says it seized from a slain leftist rebel. The finding discredits Venezuelan assertions that the files are bogus and gives Colombia the international backing it sought.

The forensic study by the France-based international police agency will increase pressure on Venezuela’s socialist president, Hugo Chavez, to explain documents indicating his government was financing and arming the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.

Colombia said its commandos recovered the three Toshiba Satellite laptop computers, two external hard drives and three USB memory sticks after destroying a rebel camp across the border in Ecuador. FARC foreign minister Raul Reyes and 24 others were killed in the March 1 raid.

Here is a running list of the infomation discovered by Colombian investigators on the FARC terror leader’s computers:


— FARC connections with Ecuadorean president Rafael Correa
— Records of $300 million offerings from Hugo Chavez
— Thank you notes from Hugo Chavez dating back to 1992
— Uranium purchasing records
— Admit to killing the sister of former President Cesar Gaviria
— Admit to planting a 2003 car bomb killing 36 at a Bogota upper crust club
— Directions on how to make a Dirty Bomb
— Information that led to the discovery of 60 pounds of uranium
— Letter to Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi asking for cash to buy surface-to-air missiles
— Meetings with “gringos” about Barack Obama
— Information on Russian illegal arms dealer Viktor Bout who was later captured
— FARC funding Correa’s campaign
— Cuban links to FARC
— Links to US Democrats
— $480,000 of FARC cash in Costa Rican safe house
— $100,000 to President Correa’s campaign for election
— Chavez attempts to buy arms for FARC through the Belarus regime
— FARC branches in 17 countries including Germany and Switzerland
— FARC terrorists expanded operations to 17 countries
— FARC terrorists expanded operations to Germany and Switzerland

The news today confirmed all of the above information.

The information also confirms that US Democrats were secretly reaching out to the FARC terrorists.
One document explained:

The 16 documents were published Sunday by the news magazine Semana. They also detail previously unknown relationships held or sought by Latin America’s oldest and most potent rebel force, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC.

Another discusses an apparent effort by U.S. Democrats to have celebrated novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez mediate talks with the insurgents — possibly with former President Clinton’s involvement.

There is no evidence the FARC ever obtained surface-to-air missiles, however. Attempts to reach Clinton and Garcia Marquez were unsuccessful.

Top FARC Dog Raul Reyes Killed By Colombian Forces
Chavez Warns of War… Says Colombia Is “Israel of South America!”
TENSIONS RISING– Documents Link Ecuador’s President to FARC
EXPLOSIVE NEWS– Chavez Paid $300 Million to FARC!
Colombia: FARC Has Uranium– Working On Dirty Bomb!
France Comes Clean… Admits Holding Talks With Dead FARC Terrorist Reyes
FARC Retaliates– Bombs Oil Pipeline in Colombia
Colombia Crisis Continues– Chavez Busted in Pack of Lies
Uribe Humiliates Ecuadorean Leader For FARC Ties at Summit
Captured FARC Documents Link Democrats to Terror Group
FARC Cash Seized in Costa Rica Linked to Iran & Venezuela
Busted!… Democratic Point Man on Colombia Caught Dealing With FARC
Ecuadorean President Correa Took $100,000 From FARC to Fund Campaign
Interpol Confirms Authenticity Of Raul Reyes’s Computer Files
Chavez Tried to Arm FARC with Help From Belarus
FARC Terror Group Opens German & Swiss Branches

UPDATE: Rep. McGovern led a coup against the Colombian Free Trade Agreement.
The American reported:

Tellingly, the planning of the coup against the fast-track process came, not from the House Ways and Means Committee, which has jurisdiction over trade, but rather from the Rules Committee. According to reporters Patrick O’Connor and Martin Kady of The Politico, Rules Committee chairwoman Louise Slaughter (D-NY) and Rep. James McGovern (D-MA) had discussed the option of stripping time requirements from the fast-track process since January.

Hat Tip Quotecritter

** Monica Showalter has more on the 37,872 files that were discovered on the FARC computers.

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