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September 29, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A man who police say is a top hit man for the Medellin cocaine cartel may have been involved in a New York bar slaying that left four people dead and six wounded, a Bogota newspaper reported. El Tiempo, Colombia's largest daily, said the man, Dandeny Munoz, was arrested last Wednesday in New York and is being held on a charge of lying about his identity at the time of his detention. The report said U.S.
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September 29, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A man who police say is a top hit man for the Medellin cocaine cartel may have been involved in a New York bar slaying that left four people dead and six wounded, a Bogota newspaper reported. El Tiempo, Colombia's largest daily, said the man, Dandeny Munoz, was arrested last Wednesday in New York and is being held on a charge of lying about his identity at the time of his detention. The report said U.S.
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June 5, 1992 | From Associated Press
A top assassin for Colombian drug lords was planning to bomb U.S. courts and drug agencies--including one in San Diego--when he was arrested, according to documents released Thursday in Manuel Noriega's case. The suspect, Dandeny Munoz Mosquera, called a Medellin cartel "hit man" by federal prosecutors, was arrested in a New York City telephone booth in September and is now in prison. Munoz planned "to organize a group to bomb critical government installations across the country (e.g.
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May 6, 1995 | from Times Wire Services
A man described as a "narco-terrorist" for killing 110 people with a bomb he planted on a Colombian jetliner was sentenced Friday to 10 life prison terms. The Avianca flight blew up over Bogota, Colombia, on Nov. 27, 1989. It was not until 1991 that Dandeny Munoz-Mosquera, already in prison other charges, was indicted in the case. Munoz-Mosquera was portrayed at his trial as a hired killer and drug smuggler in the violent Medellin cartel, then headed by Pablo Escobar.
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August 15, 1992 | STANLEY MEISLER and MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The State Department posted a $2-million reward Friday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Pablo Escobar, the fugitive Colombian drug lord wanted in the United States to face trial for drug trafficking and terrorism. The reward, announced under a 1985 federal law authorizing rewards in drug and terrorism cases, came a day after a U.S.
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September 28, 1991 | From Associated Press
A man described as the top assassin for the Medellin drug cartel could face a number of serious U.S. charges. So far, he has been charged only with lying about his name when DEA agents arrested him at a telephone booth in Queens. Speculation about whom Dandeny Munoz Mosquera might have been sent to kill in the United States ranged from witnesses in the drug trial of former Panama leader Manuel A. Noriega to the sons of a rival cartel leader.
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August 14, 1992 | DAVID TREADWELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pablo Escobar, a fugitive Colombian drug cartel kingpin, and an associate reputed to be his chief assassin were indicted Thursday on federal charges of conspiring to plant the bomb that blew an Avianca Airlines jetliner out of the sky over Colombia in 1989, killing 110 people, including two U.S. citizens.
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April 16, 1997 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
FBI crime laboratory experts gave inaccurate testimony at the trials of defendants in the World Trade Center blast and the 1989 bombing of Avianca Flight 203 in Colombia, and lab scientists and technicians used shoddy analysis and did not follow procedures in scores of other cases, the Justice Department's inspector general concluded Tuesday. Those findings, coupled with serious problems in the way lab officials conducted themselves in the Oklahoma City bombing and the O.J.
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