According to Colombia’s Foreign Ministry, the soldiers involved in the raid even gave medical care to two survivors. Bogotá insists it respects human rights and called the accusations of Quito.A letter sent to both the Ecuadorean Government and the Organization of American States, protested against Quito’s “false” accusation and had the Colombian autopsy report attached of one of the rebels that, according to Ecuador, was executed.Ecuadorean Interior Minister said Wednesday on Ecuadorean television the forensic evidence showing that the three were shot in the back is “undeniable”.Lucia Morrett, a Mexican university student who survived the attack, also claims she saw Colombian soldiers shoot the wounded in the back.
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