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Milton De Jesus Toncel Redondo

NAME: Milton De Jesus Toncel Redondo
ALIASES: Joaquin Gomez
DOB: March 18, 1947
POB: Barrancas, Guajira, Colombia
HEIGHT: 5’6”
WEIGHT: Unknown

Milton De Jesus Toncel Redondo is allegedly a member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), which is a foreign terrorist organization in Colombia that was established in 1964. The FARC had a Marxist philosophy and is Latin America’s oldest, largest, most capable, and best-equipped insurgency — with perhaps 12,000 fighters and thousands of supporters. The FARC’s declared intent is to overthrow the democratic Colombian government. In addition to its attacks on Colombian military, political, and economic targets, the FARC is deeply involved in narcotics trafficking, kidnapping for ransom, extortion, murder, and other criminal activities.

Toncel Redondo is allegedly a member of the Estado Mayor and head of the Southern Bloc. Toncel Redondo is allegedly responsible for overseeing the Southern Bloc’s production of cocaine. Toncel Redondo allegedly participated in setting and implementing the FARC’s cocaine policies, including directing and controlling the production, manufacture, and distribution of hundreds of tons of cocaine to the United States and the world; the “taxation” of the drug trade in Colombia to raise funds for the FARC; and the murder of hundreds of people who violated or interfered with the FARC’s cocaine policies.

The United States Department of State is offering a REWARD OF UP TO $2.5 MILLION for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Milton De Jesus Toncel Redondo.

If you have information and are located outside of the United States, please contact the nearest United States Embassy or Consulate. If in the United States, please contact the local Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office in your city. Government officials and employees are not eligible for rewards.


U.S. Department of State

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