In an Oct. 31, 2012, file photo, police escort alleged Colombian drug lord Henry Lopez Londono, also known as "Mi Sangre," or "My Blood," in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In November, he was handed to U.S. authorities.
In an Oct. 31, 2012, file photo, police escort alleged Colombian drug lord Henry Lopez Londono, also known as "Mi Sangre," or "My Blood," in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In November, he was handed to U.S. authorities. Victor R. Caivano AP
In an Oct. 31, 2012, file photo, police escort alleged Colombian drug lord Henry Lopez Londono, also known as "Mi Sangre," or "My Blood," in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In November, he was handed to U.S. authorities. Victor R. Caivano AP

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