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"The US is attacking the Colombian peasant who makes nothing from the drug trade, while the huge profits are made by gringo [American] drug dealers and stashed in gringo banks. The Colombian people are paying for gringo drug addiction. We are paying with our blood."
Drug war ravages Colombia
Jeremy McDermott In Putumayo
SWATHES of southern Colombia look like desert: crops withered, the ground parched and brown. The biggest aerial drug eradication in the world is well under way, destroying every plant that grows on more than 30,000 hectares of fragile Amazonian ecosystem.
"This is a carefully planned campaign," said James Mack, United States deputy assistant secretary of state for international narcotics and law enforcement. "Crop-dusting aircraft guided by satellite positioning systems are spraying areas plotted by aerial photographs," added Washington