Colombia begins analyzing ‘Alfonso Cano’s’ computers

Colombia’s Technical Investigations Team (CTI) have begun analyzing “Alfonso Cano’s” computers for intelligence on the FARC.

When Cano was killed last Friday during “Operation Odysseus” in the southwest department of Cauca, Army Special Forces discovered seven computers, 39 USB drives and 24 hard drives in the house where he was hiding.

Researchers are developing a preliminary report of the information found in these devices as well as other physical documents such as books, archives, and reports that belonged to the former guerrilla leader.

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