On the revolutionaries, highly-paid negotiators, former spies, foreign businessmen and their families, who all played roles in the massive Colombian kidnap and ransom industry during its 1990s heyday.
New Yorker Sep 1999
On Gabo and his complicated role in the country of his birth, Colombia.
New York Review of Books Jun 2011
On Colombia’s “macabre alliance”:
In February 2003, the mayor of a small town on Colombia’s Caribbean coast stood up at a nationally televised meeting with then President Álvaro Uribe and announced his own murder.
Der Spiegel Dec 2010
A former pilot of miniature cocaine-smuggling submarines tells his story.