Maria Kamila Girl, Murder of a Colombian girl Missing Colombian Girl Story Explained! Here’s what I know: My great aunt Adita disappeared from her Santa Marta home nearly 10 years ago. It is a Caribbean beach town. She was found on the side of a dirt road in the Sierra Nevada mountains, hours after she disappeared.
Murder of a Colombian girl
Adita Perez’s brutal murder remains a mystery. Her kidnappers were mysteriously killed and never questioned. Others claim she was set on fire by her kidnappers and killed along the roadside. This is a disturbing version of the story that I grew up hearing. Others believe Adita was murdered in her own home and rolled up on a blanket before being dumped in the mountains. Even more nuanced theories surround her murder.
After more than a decade of being away from Bogota, my birthplace, I finally decided to travel to Colombia. I wanted to find out more about Adita’s history and the people I believed to be guilty. FARC, or Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, is a narcoterrorist group that Manuel Marulanda founded in 1964. FARC was initially a political organization based on Marxist ideologies. However, they began to use criminal means to finance civil war.
Maria Kamila Girl
The FARC ruled roughly 40% of Colombia at its height. The FARC used narcotrafficking, kidnapping, and taxing the local population to finance its military operations. It was estimated that the FARC brought in $600 million USD per year. Colombia reports shows that the FARC was, at its peak, the third-richest terrorist organization after ISIS. More than 11,000 FARC fighters came from small communities and a third were women.