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Estas tres personas son los contratistas estadounidenses Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell y Marc Gonsalves, secuestrados el 12 de febrero de 2003 luego de que la avioneta en el que viajaban fuera derribada por las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) en la selva colombiana.
Estas tres personas son los contratistas estadounidenses Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell y Marc Gonsalves, secuestrados el 12 de febrero de 2003 luego de que la avioneta en el que viajaban fuera derribada por las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) en la selva colombiana.

One of the contractors taken hostage by the FARC, Thomas Howes, addressed this obstacle in a 2014 written statement to the US House Financial Services Committee: "The FARC itself has no blocked assets in the US, never has and likely never will. [Foreign terrorist organizations] simply do not open ...
American pilot Thomas Jannis was shot in the head, and the Colombian intelligence officer who was accompanying them, Luis Alcides Cruz, was shot at close range in the abdomen. The three surviving Americans — Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes — were marched into a jungle nightmare ...
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. ... The Colombian government refused Wednesday to extradite a FARC rebel who stands accused of kidnapping three U.S. contractors, in a sign of changing relations ...
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage for five years in the jungle was sentenced Tuesday to nearly three decades in federal ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc Gonsalves — were working as contractors for the Defense Department on a ...

Before they could stagger out from the wreckage, retired Marine Keith Stansell, former Air Force analyst Marc Gonsalves and retired airline pilot Thomas Howes were captured by Colombia's Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC), the truculent, drug-trafficking guerrillas who have terrorized the region for ...
Indeed, Mr. Stansell and his co-authors, Thomas Howes and Marc Gonsalves, offer a far different portrait of Ms. Betancourt in the 457-page book than the generally accepted image of her outside Colombia as a long-suffering abduction victim who nobly resisted her captors since her kidnapping in 2002.
... they were in Colombia conducting counter-narcotics operations for the American government when their plane went down in the jungle. NPR's Wade Goodwyn has the story of the rescue. WADE GOODWYN: The planning for the rescue began after the three Americans - Mark Gonsalves, Thomas ...
Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell arrived there late Wednesday on an Air Force C-17 to undergo a battery of medical tests and debriefings. All three are U.S. government contractors who were captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, in February 2003 when ...
One of the contractors taken hostage by the FARC, Thomas Howes, addressed this obstacle in a 2014 written statement to the US House Financial Services Committee: "The FARC itself has no blocked assets in the US, never has and likely never will. [Foreign terrorist organizations] simply do not open ...
One of the contractors taken hostage by the FARC, Thomas Howes, addressed this obstacle in a 2014 written statement to the US House Financial Services Committee: "The FARC itself has no blocked assets in the US, never has and likely never will. [Foreign terrorist organizations] simply do not open ...
For the second time in as many months, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and the head of the country's largest guerrilla group signed off on a .... Feb 3, 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are taken hostage after their anti-narcotics plane crashes in FARC ...
American pilot Thomas Jannis was shot in the head, and the Colombian intelligence officer who was accompanying them, Luis Alcides Cruz, was shot at close range in the abdomen. The three surviving Americans — Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes — were marched into a jungle nightmare ...
Yet it was here, in 1964, that the country's most notorious guerrilla group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, began. Even today .... July 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are taken hostage after their anti-narcotics plane crashes in FARC territory.
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. ... The Colombian government refused Wednesday to extradite a FARC rebel who stands accused of kidnapping three U.S. contractors, in a sign of changing relations ...
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage for five years in the jungle was sentenced Tuesday to nearly three decades in federal ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc Gonsalves — were working as contractors for the Defense Department on a ...

Alexander Beltran Herrera, 38, pleaded guilty in March to three counts of hostage-taking relating to the abduction of Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell. The three men were taken prisoner by FARC fighters after their aircraft crashed deep in the Colombian jungle. Two other men -- US ...
Before they could stagger out from the wreckage, retired Marine Keith Stansell, former Air Force analyst Marc Gonsalves and retired airline pilot Thomas Howes were captured by Colombia's Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC), the truculent, drug-trafficking guerrillas who have terrorized the region for ...
Indeed, Mr. Stansell and his co-authors, Thomas Howes and Marc Gonsalves, offer a far different portrait of Ms. Betancourt in the 457-page book than the generally accepted image of her outside Colombia as a long-suffering abduction victim who nobly resisted her captors since her kidnapping in 2002.
Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell arrived there late Wednesday on an Air Force C-17 to undergo a battery of medical tests and debriefings. All three are U.S. government contractors who were captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, in February 2003 when ...
The government said it had also recovered a series of letters apparently written by the hostages, including what appeared to be the will of U.S. contractor Thomas Howes. The findings come days after the FARC were severely criticized for failing to provide so-called "proof of life" during the recent mediation ...
Ever since his diplomat father died at the hands of Colombian rebel ... One of the contractors taken hostage by the FARC, Thomas Howes, ...
Colombian do-over: Santos, FARC to sign new peace pact .... 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are ...
As Colombia tries to salvage a peace pact with the Revolutionary Armed ... Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes — were marched into a jungle ...
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. | Photo: ...
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc ...
High in the hills of central Colombia, surrounded by coffee and bean .... contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are ...
Indeed, Mr. Stansell and his co-authors, Thomas Howes and Marc ... book than the generally accepted image of her outside Colombia as a ...
Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell arrived there late ... captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, ...
The government said it had also recovered a series of letters apparently written by the hostages, including what appeared to be the will of U.S. contractor Thomas Howes. The findings come days after the FARC were severely criticized for failing to provide so-called "proof of life" during the recent mediation ...
Ever since his diplomat father died at the hands of Colombian rebel ... One of the contractors taken hostage by the FARC, Thomas Howes, ...
For the second time in as many months, Colombian President Juan .... U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are ...
Uribe and others say Colombians should get a chance to vote again on ... contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are ...
As Colombia tries to salvage a peace pact with the Revolutionary Armed ... Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes — were marched into a jungle ...
Even so, Marquetalia looms large in Colombia's imagination as a wild .... contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are ...
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. | Photo: ...
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. | Photo: ...
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc ...
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc ...
High in the hills of central Colombia, surrounded by coffee and bean .... contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are ...
Colombian rebel jailed for 27 years over US hostage case ... relating to the abduction of Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell.
U.S. military contractors, from left, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes, were captured by Colombian rebels in 2003 and held ...
Indeed, Mr. Stansell and his co-authors, Thomas Howes and Marc Gonsalves, offer a far different portrait of Ms. Betancourt in the 457-page ...
Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell arrived there late ... captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, ...
One of the contractors taken hostage by the FARC, Thomas Howes, addressed this obstacle in a 2014 written statement to the US House Financial Services Committee: "The FARC itself has no blocked assets in the US, never has and likely never will ...
For the second time in as many months, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and the head of the country's largest guerrilla group signed off on a peace deal that aims to bring the nation's half-century conflict to an end.
Howes was his second-in-command; Gonsalves was the chief counternarcotics analyst; and Stansell, a former U.S. Marine, was the mission commander.
For five and half years, Marc Gonsalves and two colleagues - all American contractors - were hostages of Colombia's FARC guerrillas.
For five and half years, Marc Gonsalves and two colleagues - all American contractors - were hostages of Colombia's FARC guerrillas.


 

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