Approximately hundred people that have been reported missing, ended up
on army lists of guerrillas killed in action. the list, provided by the
prosecution, the ombudsman and the inspector general, allegedly
contains homeless people and drug addicts and even a soldier.
In most of the cases the disappeared worked or lived in poor conditions on the street and the majority of the people were said to have been recruited for work, newspaper El Tiempo reported Wednesday.
The list contains people impossible suitable for guerrilla activities; drug addicts, a young man with epilepsy and one man suffering schizophrenia.
Many of the family members of the killed people say their loved ones in no way could have been a guerrilla.