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September 20, 1989
Colombia has issued arrest warrants for two Israelis accused of training hit squads for the drug cartels waging war on the government, an official said. Acting on a request by the Department of Administrative Security, Colombia's equivalent of the FBI, a judge issued the warrants for a former Israeli army colonel, Yair Klein, and businessman Arik Acek.
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September 20, 1989
Colombia has issued arrest warrants for two Israelis accused of training hit squads for the drug cartels waging war on the government, an official said. Acting on a request by the Department of Administrative Security, Colombia's equivalent of the FBI, a judge issued the warrants for a former Israeli army colonel, Yair Klein, and businessman Arik Acek.
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September 1, 1989 | DANIEL WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
Yair Klein, an anti-terrorist instructor whose students in Colombia have been linked to drug-related killings, concedes that most of what he knew about Colombia before going there last year he learned from high school textbooks. And what he learned since then, he says in defense of himself, may not have been enough to ensure that his training was not used for criminal ends.
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