Extradited paramilitary leader Ramiro ‘Cuco’ Vanoy Ramírez suspended
cooperation with Colombian justice just days after a U.S. judge
sentenced him to 24 years in prison.
Germán Navarette, lawyer of the former warlord, said Vanoy had made the decision because he was worried about the safety of his family.
Meanwhile, Vanoy’s former boss Salvatore Mancuso, who’s already been heard by the U.S. Supreme Court from his U.S. jail, asked Colombian justice to hurry up with the Justice and Peace law and give him the possibility to give more openness about his committed crimes.