Monday, March 8, 1999

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  • U.S. Activists Killed in Colombia

    A senior commander of Colombia’s largest guerrilla organization said today that his group will investigate whether its troops killed three American activists last week, and will punish anyone found responsible. However, Raul Reyes, a member of the seven-member ruling junta of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, said that he was not aware of any signs that his organization had any role in the killing of American Indian activists Ingrid Washinawatok and Lahe’na’e Gay, and environmental activist Terence Freitas.

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