- “21 Miembros del Ejercito y un Civil Reconocen Ante la Jep su Responsabilidad por Falsos Positivos en el Catatumbo y en la Costa Caribe” (Jurisdicción Especial para la Paz (Colombia), December 13, 2021).
El general (r) Paulino Coronado, y once oficiales más, seis suboficiales, tres soldados y un tercero civil reconocieron su responsabilidad en el asesinato y desaparición forzada de, al menos, 120 personas en El Catatumbo y 127 en la Costa Caribe
- Samantha Schmidt, Diana Duran, “Colombian Police Responsible for ‘Massacre’ of 11 People in 2020 Protests, u.n.-Backed Investigators Conclude” (The Washington Post, December 13, 2021).
The killings amounted to a “massacre,” former national ombudsman Carlos Negret wrote in a scathing 177-page report released Monday
- Maria Abi-Habib, “Haiti’s Leader Kept a List of Drug Traffickers. His Assassins Came for It.” (The New York Times, December 13, 2021).
In the months before his murder, President Jovenel Moïse took a number of steps to fight drug and arms smugglers. Some officials now fear he was killed for it
- J. David Goodman, “Helicopters and High-Speed Chases: Inside Texas’ Push to Arrest Migrants” (The New York Times, December 13, 2021).
Texas is using state law enforcement in an unusual way in an attempt to stem illegal border crossings. The tactic is raising constitutional concerns and transforming life in one small town
- Jana Winter, “Operation Whistle Pig: Inside the Secret Cbp Unit With No Rules That Investigates Americans” (Yahoo!, December 13, 2021).
As many as 20 journalists were investigated as part of the division’s work, which eventually led to referrals for criminal prosecution against Rambo, his boss and a co-worker. None were charged, however