reuters1171430322. / Colombia’s Peace Commissioner Restrepo receives weapon from paramilitary commander Isaza in Las Mercedes

Colombia’s Peace Commissioner Luis Carlos Restrepo (R) receives a weapon from paramilitary commander Ramon Isaza in Las Mercedes, Colombia February 7, 2006. Isaza, the 65-year-old “granddaddy” of Colombia’s right-wing paramilitaries, who picked up a shotgun to protect his farm from Marxist rebels 28 years ago and now stands accused of drug smuggling, turned himself in to the government on Tuesday with 990-member fighting force brings to about 22,290 the number of paramilitary fighters that have surrendered their arms countrywide following peace talks with the government. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz / Colombia’s Peace Commissioner Luis Carlos Restrepo (R) receives a weapon from paramilitary commander Ramon Isaza in Las Mercedes, Colombia February 7, 2006. Isaza, the 65-year-old “granddaddy” of Colombia’s right-wing paramilitaries, who picked up a shotgun to protect his farm from Marxist rebels 28 years ago and now stands accused of drug smuggling, turned himself in to the government on Tuesday with 990-member fighting force brings to about 22,290 the number of paramilitary fighters that have surrendered their arms countrywide following peace talks with the government. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz

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