Former Colombian agriculture minister Andrés Felipe Arias sits in court to face a preliminary hearing on corruption charges in Bogotá on July 26, 2011. He fled to South Florida before a guilty verdict was rendered.
Former Colombian agriculture minister Andrés Felipe Arias sits in court to face a preliminary hearing on corruption charges in Bogotá on July 26, 2011. He fled to South Florida before a guilty verdict was rendered. Anonymous AP
Former Colombian agriculture minister Andrés Felipe Arias sits in court to face a preliminary hearing on corruption charges in Bogotá on July 26, 2011. He fled to South Florida before a guilty verdict was rendered. Anonymous AP

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