Colombian government shows puppet status with extraditions to U.S.

BOGOTA, Colombia — In a move that reconfirms its role as a puppet regime for U.S. interests, the government of Colombia extradited a woman accused of having a relationship with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or the FARC, to the U.S. to be put on trial.

Seemingly unable to make a move without U.S. consent, the Colombian government has been confirmed to have extradited at least 152 Colombians to the U.S. over the past year alone.

Nancy Conde Rubio is accused of having supported FARC militants during the period that three American mercenaries, whose plane crashed while on some type of surveillance mission inside FARC territory, were captured by the FARC.

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