The government of Colombia has announced the seizure of $90 million in property, linked to crime lord “Comba,” local media reported on Wednesday.The property seized included houses, apartments, farms, garages and rural lots across the Colombian states of Risaralda, Quindío, Valle, Caldas and Cesar.
Luis Enrique Calle Serna, alias “Comba” or “Combatiente,” was the supreme leader of drug gang “Los Rastrojos“ and Colombia’s most wanted drug lord, before he surrendered to U.S. authorities in October 2012.
Since then, investigators have tracked down his financial empire and finally seized the properties.
The captured Colombian drug lord was a trained pilot who gained notoriety as a senior leader of the Rastrojos criminal syndicate, one of Colombia’s deadliest and most sophisticated drug trafficking organizations
Ocupan bienes de los ‘Comba’ avaluados en 90 millones de dólares (El Espectador)
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