The Colombian police revealed three FARC documents detailing plans from the Secretariat to the Mobile Column Ismael Ayala to attack police units in three Bogota neighborhoods.
Among the seized documents, information was released regarding four grenade attacks in the city including last week’s attack in the north of Bogota that left four wounded and several shops destroyed.
There was also a letter was sent to a man, alias “Juan” or “El Ñero,” giving specific instructions to attack police units in two sectors of Bogota, and if in the case of the attackers being captured, the FARC would have replacements ready.
Another letter was addressed to “Arnovis” or “Brayan,” that reported the shipment of weapons intended to commit terrorist acts in Bogota, and gave instructions to distribute subversive propaganda in the northern part of Bogota.
Part of the weapons cache mentioned in this document was seized during Operation “Colombia 10,” which led to the capture of three guerrillas.
The police also obtained recordings of a radio correspondence in which Florentino Garzon Garcia, alias “Brayan” gave orders to Jose Manuel Rojas Rodriguez, alias “Juan” to make an grenade attack, which occurred last week on Calle 95 and Carrera 15, in the north of the capital.
Brayan warned that although there was heavy traffic in the area, the mission had to be fearlessly carried out. The attack left four persons wounded.
Local and national police have been continually monitoring FARC communications in the ongoing attempt to avoid future attacks on Colombian citizens.