Carlos Albornoz, the former director of Colombia's anti-narcotics agency, faces conspiracy, embezzlement and malfeasance charges, the Prosecutor General's office announced on Friday.Prosecutors ordered the arrest of Albornoz on charges related to the disposal of dozens of business assets seized from mafia bosses. According to local media, the charges also claim that Albornoz ordered the liquidation of a business for which he had no authorization.Albornoz will be charged with administrative irregularities including the appointment of Camilo Bula, the former head of liquidations at the National Anti-narcotics Agency, who is is under investigation for the "liquidation" of businesses that allegedly continued to function in the hands of friends and associates. Albornoz is a former senator and an important political figure in Nariño. He held the post at the anti-narcotics agency from 2006 until 2009.
[ed notes:the former director of anti narcotics agency(an agency wich received funds and us govt assistance),was former pres. war criminal and narco trafficker Uribes appointment of course.... http://web.presidencia.gov.co/fotos/2009/junio/19/foto2.html
President Alvaro Uribe greets Carlos Albornoz, director of Narcotics, at the beginning of the meeting that was held on Friday at the Presidential Palace, where they met the results of monitoring of illicit coca crops for 2008, presented by the Representative of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Aldo Lale-Demoz.