A decade ago, Marlon Enrique Orozco dreamed of being a police commissioner and seized coca shipments that arrived hidden in San Andrés. In June 2011, he was summoned to institutional training at the Catam air base in Bogotá. All was a lie. As soon as he arrived, he was handcuffed and taken to Cartagena, where he was charged as the alleged leader of a drug trafficking organization that had infiltrated the Police throughout the country. Today, 10 years later, justice agreed with him in his innocence and, in addition, ordered an investigation to be opened against the informant who brought him to the fore.
10 years ago, the policeman was reported to belong to a criminal organization made up of 16 people who were prosecuted and sent to jail. In public opinion, Orozco was one more criminal who was exposed after the lying result of “Operation Dignity”, which was carried out on account of a testimony given by patrolman Duan Aguilar, an undercover police officer who in 2010, in interview, he told the Judicial Police that he was aware of a drug trafficking network protected by the entity that operated in the airports of Cali, Medellín, Pereira, Cartagena, Barranquilla and San Andrés.
John Sebastian Cote