And here you have it, all spelled out:
The FARC folk-singer is now free from the Venezuelan jail where he was being held pending negotiations with the Colombian government not to have him extradited. Conrado was being charged back home with kidnapping and illegal recruitment, as well as torture. Coming from the Colombian government, especially that of El Narco, whose ties to paramilitary cocaine trafficking, “false positives” and kidnap-torture-murders of campesinos are all too well known, the charges against Conrado were a dirty joke.
And today, we get the punchline. Colombia’s got nothing on him, and Conrado’s going free. Don’t be too surprised if he gets a Venezuelan citizenship next.